The Project is a 120 MW (gross) co-generation thermal power project to be run on bagasse/biomass and imported coal. The Project is located at Sanawan, Tehsil KotAdu, District Muzaffargarh in the province of Punjab. During the days of crushing season, bagasse being a by-product of sugarcane crushing will be supplied by associated sugar production company and during the days of non-crushing season, imported coal will be used as fuel.
The Project is based on Spreader Stoker boiler technology from Foster Wheeler of Spain, boiler combustion technology from Detroit Stoker Company of USA being world famous in design of traveling grates. Steam turbines are full condensing/extraction type turbines from Siemens, Germany.
The environmental emissions are in accordance with the World Bank standards and the Pakistan revised National Environmental Quality Standards (NEQS) limits. The project aims for highest availability and reliability through a fully automated operational design to ensure minimum yearly outages.
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