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Update date: Aug 30

Nov 22, 2021 In 2010, Hitachi Zosen had already installed 9 fluidized bed gasification plants in Japan. Its first delivery outside Japan was in 2014 when the company supplied a 52 ton per day fluidized bed gasification plant in Namyangju South Korea which has a power production of around 346 kWh per ton of MSW [HitachiZosen 2014]

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