Continuous Emission Monitoring Systems
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5th Edition Conference Theme:
CLEANING UP THE AIR - Implementing New Emission Norms

India’s only Platform Focusing on Environmental Issues
5th Edition of Conference-Expo-Award
12+ Technical Sessions including Panel Discussions
25+ Industry Presentations
250+ Participants
50+ Exhibitors
Well attended by Government Dignitaries
Gathering of Industry Leaders – WORLDWIDE
2 Days of Value Packed Interactive Sessions
Only Opportunity to Enhance your Learning & Business

September 2020, Taj Palace - New Delhi

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SOx NOx - 2020

In this new emerging scenario, there is a bigger responsibility to be shared by stake holders involved in the power plant design & engineering, operation & maintenance, renovation & modernization, erection & commissioning, environment management, commercial management, technology provider, product and solution providers, policy maker, regulators and others. These professionals have to work with new set of different challenges and constraints which are known or lesser known at this stage.

Mission Energy Foundation captured the views of the industry form the time of notification till date and represented them to the Ministry of Power and Ministry of Environment, with several meetings held at the ministerial level and also noted that Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) regulations allow any capital expenditure to be categorised under “change in law”, ensuring it could be passed on to consumers in the form of higher tariffs. As per projected figures, installation of emission-reducing equipment would necessitate a rise of Rs 0.62-0.93/unit in power tariffs — the average price at which discoms purchase power is Rs 3.5/unit. Since power plants with lower generation costs get to sell their electricity first, producers that raise tariff on account of installation of FGD units would find it more difficult to sell power. The power producers, who account for the second-biggest portion of India’s $150 billion in bad loans after the steel industry, have sought access to the more than $4 billion National Clean Energy Fund to help install cleaner technology. 

To again address the current issues, challenges and discuss a way forward towards implementation new norms; Mission Energy Foundation calls the industry stakeholders to again gather during the 5th edition of SOx NOx 2020 (Conference - Expo - Awards), scheduled in September 2020 at Taj Palace, New Delhi.

The CONFERENCE

SOx NOx 2020 is announced with its objective to again address the current issues, challenges and discuss a way forward towards implementation new norms and gather industry stakeholders during the two days of business affairs

The EXPO

Exhibiting during SOx NOx 2020 is a cost effective and invaluable tool to help deliver your technology, product, equipment and services to senior decision makers of your core target market and will help grow your business

The AWARDS

The Environment Excellence Awards – 2020 shall honor clean generators and solutions providers for better development of the power sector for the years to come ahead...

Conference OBJECTIVE

Initiation of a dialogue among the major stakeholders towards compliance of the new emission norms and its comprehensive implementation

Create a consensus among various stakeholders of the sector on the issues and challenges and a likely agreement being formalized for the smooth transition of TPPs to newer emission reduction technolog

Awareness on various available technologies for controlling SOx, NOx and PM

Addressing the issues and challenges being faced by the industry in the implementation of the revised emission standards

Exploring available technologies and potential suppliers

To take up the key findings and recommendations from the workshop with the Government for advocacy on the issue

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India is the world’s third-largest GHG emitter accounting for 71% of the total global emission. Energy sector, comprising of electricity production, manufacturing industries, transport sector and fugitive emissions contribute to around 71% of country’s total GHG emission. India has ratified Paris agreement on climate change and thus has agreed to a long-term goal of keeping the increase in global average temperature to well below 2°C above pre-industrial levels, by bringing down the greenhouse gas emissions.

As India’s energy demand soars, power producers and equipment makers are increasingly investing in clean technology to cut down on emissions. The power industry in India is investing huge sums in clean technology to combat air pollution even as power generation capacities are increasing rapidly. Growing awareness about the hazards of pollution is triggering off demand for air pollution control equipment (APCE) as industries – ranging from power plants to cement manufacturing units – are investing in new technologies to curb emissions. India’s enormous energy needs are compelling huge expansion of its installed power capacities

THE SCENARIO - The non-compliance shouldn’t come as a surprise. For, right from the draft stage to the post-notification phase, the move to raise the bar faced stiff resistance from within the government and the industry.

YEAR 2015 - A new set of standard that was notified for the plants involved in power generation by the Ministry of Environment, Forests & Climate Change (MoEF&CC) in December 2015 which implanted will reduce freshwater withdrawal from coal power sector by 85%, particulate emissions by 65%, and SOx emissions by over 85% and NOx by almost 70%.

YEAR 2017 - CEA instructs power plants to Install FGD for 1,61,402 MW and Upgrade ESP for 64,525 MW of generation capacity to meet new environment norms with deadline ranging from 2020 to 2022 to meet the new environment norms and none are expected to adhere to the pollution norms before that if one goes by the CEA’s “Phasing Plan”.

YEAR 2019 - DEADLINE IS LONG PASSED. Implementation of the standards hasn’t moved and inch. Instead, Ministry of Power, duly supported by Ministry of Environment Forest and Climate Change, has managed to get a five-year extension, PUSHING THE DEADLINE TO ranging from 2020 to 2022.

TODAY - Almost four years have passed since the first notification from the central government and the progress with retrofitting pollution-control technology has been at SNAIL's PACE. A negligible amount of capacity has installed the equipment as of December 2019. Only around 58 per cent of the total installed capacity has issued a notice inviting tenders, though in some cases bids have been received and contracts awarded. Given that retrofitting flue gas desulphurization equipment requires 18–30 months for construction; will the power plants meet the 2022 deadline?

THE PHASING PLAN
Compliance with the new emission norms required retrofitting existing thermal power plants with auxiliaries to control SOx, NOx and PM emissions such as Flue Gas Desulfurization (FGD), Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR), Electrostatic Precipitation (ESP) systems etc. However, to ensure uninterrupted power supply in the country, the implementation has to be done in phases to avoid problems in power supply, as many units cannot be taken out for retrofitting at the same time. Central Electricity Authority (CEA), along with regional power committees, drafted a plan last year for the phased implementation of FGD systems at power plants, covering approximately 160 GW of power plant capacity.

Year
2018

500 MW

- 1 Unit

Year
2019

11950 MW

- 29 Units

Year
2020

24560 MW

- 47 Units

Year
2021

61447.5 MW

- 165 Units

Year
2022

61934.5 MW

- 172 Units

Total

160092 MW

- 414 Units

Below is the Status of FGD implementation in India (figures in MW)

*Source: CEA, Status as of September 30, 2018

CENTRAL

Planned - 53350

Feasibility Compleated - 51510

NIT Issued - 43260

Bids Awarded - 13540

Commissioned - NIL

STATE

Planned - 51558

Feasibility Compleated - 35980

NIT Issued - 3630

Bids Awarded - NIL

Commissioned - NIL

PRIVATE

Planned - 61737

Feasibility Compleated - 42220

NIT Issued - 19750

Bids Awarded - 1820

Commissioned -
1820

TOTAL

Planned - 6166972 

Feasibility Compleated - 129710 

NIT Issued - 66640

Bids Awarded - 15360

Commissioned - 1820

Issues & Challenges Discussed During Last 4 Years

01.

Technology Constraints

Very few of the power producers in the country have prior experience in the selection, procurement, commissioning, operations, maintenance or commercial evaluation of Air Quality Control Systems, for many of the developers it will be a learning experience as the industry grapples from lack of standardization in specifications.

02.

Availability of Limestone and Water Consumption

Mobilization of Limestone to power plants will create its own environmental foot-print, which again needs to be analyzed and compared to the benefits incurred by installation of FGDs. A rationalization plan, in this regard, will be required to optimize the overall emission reduction.

03.

Requirement of Additional Capex and Opex

Additional burden on the project developers for requiring huge capex & opex investments and reluctance on the part of banks and other financial institutions to fund these investments due to high level of stress already prevailing in the sector.

04.

Land Availibility

Additional burden on the project developers for requiring huge capex & opex investments and reluctance on the part of banks and other financial institutions to fund these investments due to high level of stress already prevailing in the sector.

Excuse for non-compliance?

Non availability of technologies

Foreign technology suppliers may benefit out of implementation of these standards

Estimates of CEA show that the cost of electricity will increase by 20-30 paisa per unit over the next two years (or about 5% over two years) because of these standards

Power demand is far lower than supply and debt burden is high

CAPEX and OPEX would have to be allowed by the regulators in tariff which ultimately would burden the consumers as power tariff may increase roughly by 45 to 55 paise/kWh.

Do Ministry of Power, Coal and New and Renewable Energy want to prevaricate and delay further?

Actual Facts

Technologies to control all pollutants are mature and are being used across the world, including in our own country. In today’s globalised market, we cannot ask power companies to only use domestic technology. Also, pollution control technologies are not portable equipment that will be shipped from foreign soils. Most of these technologies are massive EPC (erection, procurement and commissioning) projects requiring construction that will be done by Indian contractors and sub-contractors even if a foreign company is involved

Over the past 10 years, the cost of power generation in India has grown by 8% every year on an average, the cost to implement these standards is highly affordable. Proposed to use a part of the National Clean Energy Fund (NCEF), which is collected from a cess on coal, to help industry meet the standards

Low interest and long-tenure loans be given to coal power companies from NCEF to implement the standards. The interest accrued from these loans can be spent to incentivise renewable energy companies. So, in one stroke, we will be able to clean coal power as well as promote renewable energy. Come to the table and work with MoEF&CC to find a reasonable time frame to implement the standards

STANDARD TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION FOR RETROFIT OF WET LIMESTONE BASED FLUE GAS DESULPHURISATION (FGD) SYSTEM BY CEA

POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS

Prices of electricity from coal-fired power plants should reflect the cost of installing pollution control technology. These costs should ultimately be passed on to end-consumers, which will facilitate installation of the equipment while also ensuring that the price of coal-based electricity reflects more of its external costs. Increments to tariffs on account of pollution abatement are minimal at the national level and can be recovered from retail tariffs. Subsidies at the retail levelmust be targeted only to the poor who truly need it.

Plants that do implement the pollution-control technology need to be monitored to ensure that standards are being met. There is a financial burden of pollution-control technologies (PCTs) on end-consumers, and transparency is key in ensuring that higher tariffs do indeed result in health benefits. The provision of data from the continuous emission monitoring system (CEMS) devices installed in the emission stacks of plants, to the electricity regulator and the broader public must be a first priority. 

To avoid any potential non-compliance by the 2022 deadline, the government should determine a prioritization plan based on environmental (regional air quality and local pollution) and financial considerations (useful generator life and load factors). In the interim, rules detailing temporary shutdowns of polluting plants and incentives for higher utilization of less-polluting plants must also be spelled out.

Given the rising air pollution problem and its damaging and permanent impact on health, the government must have a zero-tolerance policy and impose strict penalties for power plants not adhering to emission standards within the timelines prescribed. Further technical guidelines that provide clarity on site-specific costing and capacity building for regulators and stakeholders is needed to hasten the process. In order to break the back and forth between ERCs and CEA on appropriate costs and tariff increase, we recommend that the MoP create a fund to independently carry out an assessment of feasibility and retrofit costs for all noncompliant plants. The reports from such a study can be used by the respective ERCs to approve tariff increases, subject to a reconciliation and determination of actual realized costs.

Market Opportunity for Equipment Suppliers

The implementation of the new emission norms has created a huge business opportunity for the equipment manufacturers of FGD, SCR etc. To comply with the emission standards, power producers will have to make significant investments in installing Pollution Control Technologies (PCT), i.e., ₹ 0.5– 1 crore (INR 5–10 million)/MW for nearly 80% of the plants by 2030. This will create an industry opportunity of around ₹ 2,50,000 crore (₹ 2500 billion) for the pollution control equipment industry, over the next 15 years.Plants in five states (Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, West Bengal and Andhra Pradesh) will account for over 50% of the total costs needed for PCT installation, till 2030. Privately owned plants will face the highest costs for implementing these standards (over 45%), followed by state-owned (32%), and centrally-owned plants (24%).

Market Opportunity for Equipment Suppliers

Why Should You be at SOx NOx 2020

1

India’s only Platform

Focusing on New Environmental Norms (SOx NOx) for India's Thermal Power Plants

2

25+ Presentatons

Presentations Sharing Eperiences of Power Plants & Technology Providers

3

250+ Participants

Representaions forn Power Plants, Technology & Solution Providers, Policy Makers or Regulators and Industry Leaders – WORLDWIDE  

4

25+ Exhibitors

Exhibitors Showcasing Solutions and Technology LIVE, Available for Audiance Through-out Networking Breaks

WHO SHOULD ATTEND SOx NOx 2020?

Independent & Captive Power Plant’s Senior Management officials from departments like Power Plant Operation - Power Plant Maintenance - Power Plant Environment Management -Renovation & Modernization - Erection & Commissioning - Power Plant Design & Engineering - Commercial Management

Officials from Power Plant Technology Providers - Power Plant Solution Providers - Policy Makers or Regulators – Independent Consultants - And Many others

And all those involved in Thermal Power Generation, power plant design & engineering, operation & maintenance, renovation & modernization, erection & commissioning, environment management, commercial management, technology provider, product and solution providers, policy makers, regulators and others.

SOx NOx 2020

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Presentation and Paper Submission

The Programme Committee encourages you to send abstracts/papers. The abstract must not exceed 8 pages for oral presentation with tables and illustrations. Abstracts/papers will only be accepted in electronic form (MS Word) to be submitted online at https://f.formoid.net/1cBa or sent by email to dg@missionenergy.org

The deadline for abstracts/papers submission is 30 June 2020.

Contact:
Ashwinkumar Khatri - Director General
+91 98339 51556 l dg@missionenergy.org

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4 Historical Years - KEY FINDINGS & RECOMMENDATIONS

• The total capital expenditure required to install SO2, NOx and PM pollution control technology is estimated to be INR 86,135 crore (USD 12 billion), or INR 73,176 crore (USD 10 billion) if plants to be retired by 2027 are excluded.
• This will add between INR 0.32 per kWh to INR 0.72 per kWh for coal power plants (or around 9 to 21 per cent to average generation tariffs) depending on the size of the unit and other factors. On account of remaining useful life and more stringent requirements, the average 500 MW units face the steepest tariff increases. In most cases, more than 80 per cent of the tariff increase will be in the form of a fixed cost. The variable component in all cases adds less than INR 0.1 per kWh.
• Distribution companies need to be able to pass on these higher costs to end consumers. Electricity subsidies should be targeted only to the poorest, while other consumers will need to pay tariffs that reflect the cost of supply, including technologies or levies (such as the coal cess) that mitigate externalities.
• Incentives, penalties and seasonal shutdowns should also be used to control air pollution.
• Technical guidance aside, an independent assessment of retrofit costs at a plant level, by empanelled agencies would expedite the ability of private sector power plants to submit tariff increase petitions to the regulators. The back and forth between the Electricity Regulatory Commission (ERC) and Central Electricity Authority (CEA) and the resulting lack of clarity on cost increases is a key impediment to compliance. In the interest of public health we recommend that the exercise be funded by Government of India (GoI) to expedite the process.
• Most experts are of the view that the deadline will still see many plants not complying with the new standards. To avoid this situation, the Ministry of Power (MoP) must take a stricter position which precludes all non-compliant plants from generating, unless they exhibit a clear retirement or phase-out plan or have made material progress in awarding tenders and beginning the construction process.
• Finally, plants that do implement the technology need to be monitored to ensure that standards are being met. There is a financial burden of pollution-control technologies (PCTs) on end-consumers and transparency is key in ensuring that higher tariffs do indeed result in health benefits. The availability of data from the continuous emission monitoring system (CEMS) devices installed in the emission stacks of plants, to the electricity regulator and the broader public must be a first priority.

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Environment Excellence Awards – 2020

The Awards this year will be presented to power producing units demonstrating highest level of commitment to Environment Management covering Thermal Power Plants and services sector who demonstrate highest level of commitment and best practice. The awards aim to recognize exemplary operations, systems and the evidence of their impact to business vitality. Mission Energy Foundation awards serve as a catalyst to understanding the intrinsic value of Environment Management in business excellence and sustainability. Mission Energy Foundation invites nominations from companies and their units having strong concern and commitment for Environment Management and is willing to improve their own performance.

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Why Should You Be Nominated?

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Encourage & motivate to adopt best practices and become role models for others to emulate.

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Reflects your commitment to Environment Protection & enhances your corporate status and image.

Boosts morale of concerned employees & stakeholders, motivating management & staff of the organization to excel & Develops your clientele

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ELIGIBILITY

All Large, Medium, Small Scale Thermal Power Plants / Service Sector Companies / Organizations and their units; Academic Institutions are eligible for participation in the award

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SUBMISSION OF NOMINATION

- Apply Online and make the payment.
- Submit completed application along with relevant information and we shall contact for softcopy of documents.
- If interested in applying for more than one unit / projects of same company or more than one location, separate request for application and fee should be submitted for each nomination. 

SELECTION PROCESS 

- Evaluation of nominations for Environment Excellence Awards is an intensive process. Nominations are evaluated by experts from Government, Academia and Industry.
- Preliminary evaluation of shortlisted nominations.
- Mandatory submission of power point presentation which shall be presented to the Jury Members constituted by Mission Energy Foundation.
- Site visit of short-listed companies/units (if required done by the organiser).
- Award Declaration

AWARDS PRESENTATION

-Environment Excellence Awards 2019 will be presented on 13 September 2019 at Vivanta – Dwarka, New Delhi.

Important DATES TO REMEMBER

Nominations Open
01 April 2019

Nominations Close
15 August 2019

Awards Ceremony
September 2019

AWARD CATEGORIES

Clean Generator of the Year – Coal

Clean Generator of the Year – Lignite

Clean Generator of the Year – Gas

Clean Generator of the Year – Combined

Excellence in Implementation of New Environmental Norms
– Existing TPP

Excellence in Implementation of New Environmental Norms
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– Design & Engineering

Technology Excellence
– Operation & Maintenance

Technology Excellence
– Technology Provider

Technology Excellence
– Solution Provider

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