PARIS, Oct. 3 – On Monday the company announced the signing of contracts worth a total of more than 240 million euros in the United States, Saudi Arabia and Taiwan to set up systems for emission control from coal.
The group will provide as Taiwan’s first system of flue gas desulphurization seawater United States and Saudi Arabia, the contracts are for desulfurization systems dry.
“Environmental regulations become more stringent in force in the world are driving market growth control systems for air quality,” Alstom said in a statement. “This trend should continue due to the significant base of coal in Europe and the United States, as well as the construction of many new fossil fuel plants in Asian countries.”
The specialist in energy infrastructure and transport has not detailed the amount of various contracts announced on Monday.