6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Outputs only 80% of rated capacity
Approximately 2.3 tons of ultrafine powder will be reduced
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High concentration fine dusts are generated every day, and the upper limit will be implemented on July 7 against 11 thermal plants in Chungnam, Incheon and Gyeonggi.
The Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Energy has announced that it will first implement the restriction on the production of thermal energy (80%) in accordance with the Air Quality Preservation Law and Electricity Business Law on June 6, when the dust alert ultrafine was issued in most of the western part, including Seoul. The upper limit is being tested in October and will be fully operational from next year. If a fine dust warning is issued at the beginning of the day and the fine dust concentration exceeds 50 μg / m3 at the beginning of the following day, an upper limit shall be imposed.
A power station with an upper limit on the output is selected by KPX taking into account power supply, system stability and fine dust reduction effects. This time there will be an upper limit on 11 power plants in Chungcheong province, including 5 thermoelectric power plants, 4 in Kyunggi province and 2 in Incheon. These power plants can produce only 80% of the nominal capacity from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m on day 7. As a result, the reduction in total output is expected to be 1.1 million kW, with a reduction of about 2 , 3 tons of ultra-fine powder. That's 3% of the ultra-fine powder that coal-fired power plants emit in a day.
The Ministry of Industry said: "We plan to implement additional countermeasures, such as strengthening the efficiency of the plant's environmental facilities to the maximum level in response to the occurrence of fine dust of labor."
Choi, white reporter [email protected]