Most coal-fired thermal power boiler units in Jilin Province will complete ultra-low emission transformation in 2019
The Jilin Province People’s Government recently issued the “Implementation Plan for the Three-Year Action Plan for the Implementation of the Blue Sky Defence War in Jilin Province” (hereinafter referred to as the “Program”), saying that before the end of 2018, the coal-fired units of 300,000 kilowatts and above in the province all completed ultra-low Emissions transformation. Continue to promote the ultra-low emission renovation project of 200,000 kilowatt coal-fired units. Before the end of 2019, strive to achieve ultra-low emission conversion unit capacity of more than 75% of the total capacity of the province's thermal power units.
The "Proposal" also proposes to increase the number of hours of power generation for units that have completed ultra-low emission retrofits. Vigorously eliminate coal-fired units of less than 300,000 kilowatts that are not up to standard such as environmental protection, energy consumption and safety. Increase the technical transformation of coal-fired generating units, accelerate the construction of heating pipe networks, fully release and improve the heating capacity, and eliminate coal-fired heating boilers and loose coal within the coverage of the pipe network. In areas where there is no centralized heat supply for cogeneration, there are many coal-fired small boilers that can be built in accordance with the principle of equal capacity replacement. Before the end of 2020, within the heating radius of the 15 km kilowatt and above cogeneration power plant within 15 km, in the case that the cogeneration heat supply load can meet the heating demand, in addition to the peak-preserving boilers that must be retained, coal-fired heating The boiler and the backward coal-fired small thermal power are all shut down and integrated.
In addition, according to the medium and long-term control planning requirements of the total coal consumption, Jilin Province will continue to reduce the total coal consumption, and the new coal-consuming projects will be replaced by coal reduction. By 2020, the proportion of coal in the province's primary energy consumption will be reduced to 63%. the following. In accordance with the principle of centralized use and clean utilization of coal, we will focus on reducing non-electric coal, increase the proportion of coal used for electricity, and complete the tasks assigned by the state. In 2020, the proportion of coal and electricity used in the province will account for more than 55% of total coal consumption.