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The Medium Combustion Plant Directive (MCPD) was transposed into UK law on the 30th January 2018 and will introduce a Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) limit of 190mg/Nm3 at 15% O2 to all combustion plant / generators in the 1-50MWth range, in England and Wales.
The controls will apply to new plant / generators installed from December 2018.
Existing plants must comply with the requirements from 2024 (in the >5MWth – >50MWth range) or 2029 (for the remaining >1MWth - >5MWth range).
A Medium Combustion Plant is any engine that uses fuel, where the rated thermal input is within the range of 1MWth > 50MWth.
Diesel and gas engine generators rated above 400kWe are also included within the directive.
1= A plant can be made up of 1 generator or a series of generators.
To ensure your solution is 100% compliant with the current Medium Combustion Plant Directive legislation, we advise speaking directly to the gas engine supplier.
Edina have installed engines within the Greater London Authority Low Emissions Zone to the Highlands of Scotland and can design a solution to optimise your engine performance and reduce your emissions. We can provide bespoke design, engineering, and project management of Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) Technology through our carefully selected supply chain.
With an extensive portfolio of case studies from a global customer base, we offer full system design and installation, Dosing System upgrades, Catalyst Replacement and all ancillary equipment required from bulk urea tanks to Heat and Sound Insulation Materials.