Programme – Best Available Techniques and Practices (BAT/BEP) for Mercury Emission Reduction from Coal-Fired Power Plants Indonesia

23-25 March 2021

The times on the agenda are in Jakarta local time.

DAY 1 – Tuesday 23 March

The Project – background and outline
Chaired by Lesley Sloss, IEACCC

14:00

Welcome and introduction to Indonesian situation
MEMR/MOEF/BCRC-Asia

Anton Purnomo, Director Basel and Stockholm Convention Regional Centre for Southeast Asia

Ir Wanhar, Director of Electricity Engineering and Environment, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, Republic of Indonesia

Dr. Sayid Muhadar, M.Si., Secretary of Director General for Solid Waste, Hazardous Waste and Hazardous Substances Management, Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Republic of Indonesia

14:40

Background of the project
Lesley Sloss, IEACCC

15:20

Dataset production
Paul Bayura, IEACCC

15:40

Q&A

DAY 2 – Wednesday 24 March

The process and ranking
Chaired by Lesley Sloss, IEACCC

14:00

Emission estimates, using the iPOG
Wojciech Jozewicz, AEA, USA

Wojciech will provide a guide to how to use the free iPOG calculation tool to estimate mercury emissions from coal-fired power plants and will explain how we used the tool to create an estimate of emissions for the Indonesian coal fleet on a unit by unit basis

14:40

The ranking results
Lesley Sloss, IEACCC

Lesley will provide a summary of the estimated emissions from the Indonesian coal fleet, identifying those plants which may lead to the greatest amount of emissions over their remaining operating lifetime

15:20

Selecting 3 plants for focus
Lesley Sloss, IEACCC
Wojiech Jozewicz – AEA, USA

Lesley will summarise the details of the 3 coal plants/units selected for further study with the aim of creating a catalogue of options for emission reductions at these sites. Lesley and Wojiech will be open to answer questions on the plant selection process. However, discussion on the mechanism for project proposals will be discussed on Day 3.

15:40

Q&A

DAY 3 – Thursday 25 March

Conclusions and next steps
Chaired by Lesley Sloss, IEACCC

14:00

Monitoring and controlling mercury, examples of international best practice
Roger Brandwood, Uniper

Roger will give a brief overview of how mercury emissions have been monitored and controlled internationally, drawing on examples which are relevant to the Indonesian challenge

14:40

Conclusions from Phase 1 and goals for Phase 2 
Lesley Sloss, IEACCC

Lesley and the project team will summarise the conclusions from Phase 1 and will explain how Phase 2 will attempt to collect proposals from international experts and technology providers to create a catalogue of strategies to reduce mercury emission from coal units in Indonesia to comply with the Minamata Convention

15:20

Q&A and panel discussion: Lessons from Phase 1 to bring to Phase 2 and the path forward
Whole project team

The team will welcome questions and suggestions from delegates

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

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