- Energy consumption per unit of gross domes-tic product in Serbia is four times higher than in Central Europe.
- In terms of water and air pollution Serbia in-tends to implement European Union standards and reduce emissions from power plants.
Project coal mills in the power plant TENT A
- The Nikola Tesla A lignite power plant provides 25% of Serbia’s electricity supply.
- High emissions of harmful particles.
Ash disposal project in the Kostolac A power plant:
- Ashes from the Kostolac A power plant, which also uses lignite, are pumped into a landfill near the banks of the Danube using so-called thin-sludge technology. They pollute the Danube water and groundwater.
- Approx. 60,000 people live near the landfill and feel the consequences of air and water pollution.
Renovation and modernisation of the coal mills of the Nikola Tesla A power plant and replacement of the thin sludge technology by the thick sludge technology at the Kostolac power plant.
The coal mills project in the TENT A power plant:
- contributed to the improvement of the boiler output of the Nikola Tesla A power plant, which led to an increase in electricity production,
- significantly reduced emissions of CO₂, SO₂, NOx and dust at the power plant,
- reduced the ash volumes of the power plant.
The ash disposal project at the Kostolac A power plant:
- will reduce the pollution of surface water and groundwater,
- is beneficial to the health of the population living near the power plant.