ISPE together with Politehnica University of Bucharest (UPB) organized, at the end of November 2014, CleanCOALtech training sessions on “Clean Coal Combustion Technologies.” The training sessions were held in Deva, Hunedoara County and Novaci, Gorj County and were addressed to the Romanian coal energy sector.
By organising 4 x CVET sessions within CleanCOALtech European project “Education and training systems for clean coal technologies”, each running 2 days for a group of 25 trainees, we plan to update and improve the knowledge of specialists (operation and maintenance/repair departments) and non-specialists (experts from support departments – marketing, commercial, economic etc.) working in power plants, in order to use coal local resources efficiently and clean.
UPB and ISPE lecturers (researchers/teachers) prepared a relevant curriculum in order to cover all clean coal technologies:
- Primary energy sources
- Conventional steam power plants (CSPP)
- CSPP Emissions control technologies
- Coal combustion in CSPP
- Coal and biomass co-firing
- Integrated coal gasification combined cycle power plants (IGCC)
The CVET sessions have brought together a number of 100 trainees (75 specialists and 25 non- specialists) from Oltenia Energy Complex, Hunedoara Energy Complex and Govora CHPP.
For further details click on Training sessions Press Release full text.