NEDO to test coal burning technologies in China

Jan 24, 1997 01:00 AM

The Japanese New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organisation (NEDO) said it signed an accord Jan. 23 with China's State Planning Commission concerning the establishment of two model systems for the testing of low-grade coal burning technologies in China. The effort is part of the Ministry of International Trade and Industry's Green Aid Plan providing energy and environmental technologies to developing countries. The tests will involve technologies for the efficient burning of coal in furnaces and the simultaneous removal of environmentally polluting sulphur compounds. An experimental facility will be set up in Zhejiang Province to test the use of low-grade low-calorific coal as a fuel. A second facility will be established in Liaoning Province to test use of anthracite, a type of smokeless coal that is difficult to burn. The plan is to install the necessary equipment for both model plants and begin operations during the current fiscal year through March.

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