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Coal Q & A Webcast - Coal Unit Efficiency Improvement for Clean Power Plan Compliance
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11/12/2015
When: 11/12/2015
2:00 PM
Where: Webcast
Contact: American Coal Council
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Industry-Focused Education, Networking &Advocacy

Coal Q&A Webcast

Coal Unit Efficiency Improvement for Clean Power Plan Compliance

Ian Saratovsky, Ph.D., Technology Development Manager

Fuel Tech, Inc

Thursday, November 12, 2015 ~ 2-3 pm Eastern

 

By controlling slagging and fouling, TIFI® Targeted Furnace Injection Programs improve boiler efficiency and fuel flexibility. Chemical injection improves soot removal, optimizes efficient heat transfer and reduces heat rates, ultimately resulting in lower fuel firing rates leading to lower CO2 emissions. 

Join us as Dr. Saratovsky shares information and presents data and results from two large utility coal-fired units where CO2 emissions were decreased through heat rate improvements. The discussion will include:

Heat rate improvements of up to 2% facilitate 3-7% CO2 reduction
Slagging and fouling control as a cost-effective part of a Clean Power Plan compliance strategy


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Fuel Tech is a leading technology company engaged in the worldwide development, commercialization, and application of state-of-the-art proprietary technologies for air pollution control, process optimization, combustion efficiency, and advanced engineering services. These technologies enable its customers to operate efficiently in a cost-effective and environmentally sustainable manner. 

http://www.ftek.com/about

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