NAES receives contract for emissions controls at Midwest coal fired plant

NAES Corp. has announced it has been selected to install a new dry sorbent injection (DSI) system and an activated carbon injection (ACI) system at a coal-fired generating station owned by a cooperative located in the Midwest. NAES did not disclose the company’s name.

NAES will construct the DSI and ACI systems, supplementing with specialty contractors as needed. The emissions control systems are scheduled to be completed by the end of 2013.

NAES Power Contractors President Glen Canavera said the technology being installed would be “a key factor in enabling select coal facilities to remain viable.”

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