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MHPS Japan signs TLA for SCR systems with L&T-MHPS Boilers India

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Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Ltd (MHPS) has signed a technology license agreement (TLA) for the selective catalyst reduction system (SCR system) with L&T-MHPS Boilers Private Ltd (LMB), a joint venture company of Larsen & Toubro Ltd and MHPS.

The TLA grants LMB exclusive rights to design, engineer, manufacture, install, commission and sell the SCR system in India for new boiler tenders under the boiler, turbine, generator (BTG) package, the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) or steam generator (SG) packages or standalone SCR tenders, and for existing and under construction boilers manufactured by LMB. The TLA grants a non-exclusive right for existing boilers and currently under construction boilers installed by others.

In December 2015, the government of India introduced new emissions standards for nitrogen oxides (NOx) for existing, under construction and upcoming coal-fired thermal units in India.

MHPS is committed to supporting its customers globally in the field of clean power generation with its super/ultra-super-critical pressure boiler systems, Low NOx emission burners and high-efficiency Air Quality Control System technology. To further these efforts, MHPS has licensed its SCR technology to its Indian joint venture company, LMB, thereby providing its customers with the most reliable and efficient technology in the world.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcoal.com/power/21122016/mhps-japan-signs-tla-for-scr-systems-with-lt-mhps-boilers-india/

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