Are you sure Coal will be out of the fuels for power generation

coal power plants and nature

Are you sure Coal will be out of the fuels for power generation? I doubt it, I am sure it will not, however it will continue with improved technologies At its annual meeting in San Antonio, Texas last November, the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commission (NARUC) held debates on behalf of coal, natural gas, […]

Combination of modern technologies to be used to eliminate power plant emissions

technologies and emission control

In environmental standards for the control of emissions from power plants developed various technologies for the control of pollutants. These technologies have evolved with the development of regulations and the discovery of an increasing number of pollutants. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has loosened some rules regarding coal residues and wastewater from power plants, which […]

EPA Defers GHG Permitting for Carbon-Emitting Biomass Sources by Three Years

EPA Defers GHG Permitting for Carbon-Emitting Biomass Sources by Three Years Greenhouse gas (GHG) permitting requirements for carbon dioxide as they apply to biomass-fired and other biogenic sources of power will be deferred three years so that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) could have enough time to better weigh the issue, the federal agency announced […]

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency proposed two landmark rules this past week

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency proposed two landmark rules this past week: Last Friday it released regulations that seek to govern mercury emissions from some 200,000 industrial boiler process heaters and solid waste incinerators, and on Tuesday it issued a long-awaited proposal to regulate coal ash—though it deferred a decision on whether to treat it […]

A climate uncertainity

As world economies and companies stumble punch-drunk through the 2009 global economic crisis, with its associated widespread unemployment misery, it’s perhaps understandable that the once near-holy subject of energyefficiency has taken a back seat. Against this gloomy financial backdrop, access to finance for major infrastructure investments has proved challenging whilst boardroom uncertainties only add to […]