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Posted by VM Baer on March 07, 2002 at 13:37:49:
In Reply to: Re: Coal fired utility boilers posted by VM Baer on March 07, 2002 at 13:22:15:
: : : Are there any new coal fired utility boilers being built ? With the environmental concerns of coal and the ability to install a gas turbine faster and cheaper is a coal fired utility boiler still a viable option ?
Novacon Energy Systems, inc.has developed and holds all rights to a process for reducing the major air pollutants from the burning of coal,wastes,petroleum and other fuels applicable to power plants and boilers. The Novacon Process can also assist in improving combustion efficiency,thus reducing the operating costs of boilers and providing a compelling driver for its use. It is the most economical methodology for meeting compliance+ regulations especially in older,grandfathered power plants. It uses a naturally-occurring sorbent, coined TAM-Thermally Active Marble, to achieve the requisite performance.
: : Forgot to cut and paste additional note on subject;
: : EPA Chief Carol Browner received the green light
: : forSIP Call implementation Friday from the U.S. Court of Appeals in
: : Washington D.C., a feather in her cap, but a disappointing defeat for the coal
: : burners and other major industry in the South and Midwest. Duke's CEO, Richard Priory,
: : told shareholders yesterday that they can count on the company ramping up its
: : aggressive expansionist strategy in 2000, with the launch of new businesses
: : and three new power plants currently in the works. Check it out, and until next
: : time, take care.
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