Energy & Environment
Energy and environment, our today’s topics, are inseparable. How to weigh the necessity of carbon neutral energy generation against possible environmental impact? Can we rely on renewable energy? Should we focus on bio fuels or fossil fuels? Our engineers and consultants employ technology for the most efficient and sustainable solutions to generate power, to produce products and to deal with waste. Uncovering the crossroads between economics and sustainability is where we prove our added value.
TAMEH Czech Ltd.
Project: Reconstruction of the TAMEH Czech power plant in the metallurgical plant of ArcelorMittal
Reconstruction of coal burning boilers.
Tebodin's scope of works included technical supervision of the project. Basis of the reconstruction was installing new, modern burners and auxiliary equipment for reducing NOx emissions. Besides, these burners enhance coal combustion, which effectively reduces coal consumption, guaranteeing a boiler efficiency of at least 5%.
New biomass fired power plant with a capacity of 145,600 tons a year, thermal capacity of the 70 MWth and the electric power output of approximately 20 Mwe. The capacity is sufficient to supply power to 44,000 households, achieving an annual reduction of 69,000 tons of CO2 emissions.The feed mainly comprises treated and demolition wood and the coarse residues of compost production. Tebodin was responsible for conceptual and functional design, project management, construction supervision and
GDF Suez (Energia Polska)
Biggest windmill farm project in Central Europe with an output of 30 MW. Tebodin performed the owner’s engineer services. The scope of work consisted of procurement for contractors, verification of the detailed design, procurement for the turbine delivery and installation, project management, multidisciplinary technical supervision, cost management and supervision of commissioning phase. We were also involved in other windmill farm projects in Poland and Romania for NorventoPolska, GreenBear, Polish Energy Partners, and Eolfi.
Building permit documentation and design of HVAC systems for interim storage of nuclear waste at the nuclear power plant
Extension of a power plant with block R; a new 675 megawatt block with state-of- the-art technology enabling 30 percent lower coal consumption and 30 percent lower CO2 emissions. Tebodin designed the piping and steel constructions including low pressure package and stress calculations. Also, worked with the structural design and different software packages, including Plant Design Management System (PDMS).