Coal-fired power plants in Chile will be upgraded by Fuel Tech

Fuel Tech Inc. on July 17 said it has received a $36.6 million air pollution control order from E.CL S.A., a major utility in Chile. The contract, which is the largest air pollution control contract in Fuel Tech’s history, includes turnkey installation of low NOx burners (LNBs) and over-fire air (OFA) systems and mill modernization for six coal-fired units.

Equipment deliveries are scheduled to commence during the first quarter of 2013, with project completion occurring during the third quarter of 2014.

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