Project Schkopau

Project Schkopau · 13. Mai 2019
Finally, the time has come! In the beginning of 2019, after nine months of intensive construction work, the Schkopau Power Plant went into operation.
Project Schkopau · 18. Dezember 2018
Alas, winter days are shorter, therefore there is less daylight for the construction of the facility. Nevertheless, as you can see, work is progressing rapidly, as shown in the sixth time-lapse video.

Project Schkopau · 18. Dezember 2018
Of course, the installation in the Schkopau power plant is essentially being built during the day. However, at night, it has a certain, special charm: A Play of Lights!
Project Schkopau · 18. Dezember 2018
There is only one direction for the construction of the plant in Schkopau: Upwards! In the following time-lapse video, we are building an elevator shaft, among other things.

Project Schkopau · 10. Dezember 2018
Almost done: In the fifth time lapse video, we see pipe bridges being built into the system. Later, activated carbon dust will be transported through these pipe bridges.
Project Schkopau · 25. November 2018
Jan Schütze is head of the Mercury Emissions Control Department at IEM. He is one of the few experts in the field of mercury removal in power plants. In this interview, he talks about his vision: to reduce the mercury emissions of power plants to a minimum.

Project Schkopau · 24. Oktober 2018
What arose in a few weeks seems here to have only taken a few seconds: In the second time-lapse video, the system has already taken recognizable shape.
Project Schkopau · 29. Mai 2018
IEM Conveyors is building a plant that will permanently reduce the mercury emissions of a lignite-fired power plant. It may be the first power plant to do so.