October 2004

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: HPImpact: Retrofits for coal power plants drive NO

In spite of declining grassroots power plant construction in the US, recent upswing in coal-fired power plant retrofit and upgrade projects, as well as environmental compliance in the heavy manufactur..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

In spite of declining grassroots power plant construction in the US, recent upswing in coal-fired power plant retrofit and upgrade projects, as well as environmental compliance in the heavy manufacturing industries, have led to a boom for equipment and service providers of NOx emission control systems and emerging technologies. So says research from Industrialinfo.com (IIR). About 458 projects in the US with requirements for NOx reduction systems and/or equipment have been identified. These projects represent more than $91 billion in total investment value (TIV). "The majority of these projects, about 76%, are power-industry related. Most revolve around environmental clean air act requ

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