Advances in Power Plant Emission Control Technologies (Technical Insights)

 

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Advances in Power Plant Emission Control Technologies (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryOverviewScope of ResearchResearch MethodologyKey FindingsCommon Pollutants from Power PlantsKey Emission Control TechnologiesAdvances in Power Plant Emission Control Technologies (Technical Insights), Emerging Technology Developments & ApplicationsPower Plant Emission Control - PrimerPollutants from Power Plants in DetailEnvironmental Hazards of PollutantsSOx Emission Control TechnologiesWet Scrubbing TechnologiesDry Scrubbing TechnologiesSorbent Injection TechnologiesModified Dry FGD Processes and Other ProcessesNOx Emission Control TechnologiesPrimary NOx Reduction TechnologiesSecondary NOx Reduction TechnologiesEmerging NOx Control Technology for Gas TurbinesThermoNoxMercury Emission Control TechnologiesNeed for Mercury Control TechnologiesEmerging Mercury Control TechnologiesSorbent-Based Injection TechnologiesAmended SilicatesPatented Precombustion Process for CoalEmerging Virtual Sorbent Bed TechnologyEnvironmental Costs of MercuryEmerging Multipollutant Control TechnologiesElectrocatalytic Oxidation ProcessAdvanced Dry FGD TechnologiesLow Temperature OxidationEnviroScrub ProcessAirborne ProcessOther Pollutant Control TechnologiesParticulate Matter Control TechnologiesCarbon Capture TechnologiesAdvances in Power Plant Emission Control Technologies (Technical Insights), Technology Adoption and CommercializationAnalysis of Overall Emission Control Technology Drivers and ChallengesEmission Control Technology DriversTechnology ChallengesAnalysis of Emission Control Technology Specific Drivers and ChallengesTechnology Specific DriversTechnology Specific ChallengesTechnology TrendsCompeting Emission-Free Power Generation TechnologiesRenewable Energy TechnologiesFuel Cell Technologies for Power GenerationOther Emission-Free Coal Power Generation TechnologiesAdvances in Power Plant Emission Control Technologies (Technical Insights), Key Patents & ContactsPatentsPatents on NOx ReductionPatents on SOx ReductionPatents on Mercury ReductionContactsCorporate ContactsResearch InstitutionsAdvances in Power Plant Emission Control Technologies (Technical Insights), Frost & Sullivan 2006 Science & Technology AwardsTechnology Innovation (Multipollutant Control)Award DescriptionAward RecipientTechnology Innovation (NOx Emissions Control)Award DescriptionAward RecipientProduct Innovation (Mercury Pollutant Control)Award DescriptionAward RecipientAdvances in Power Plant Emission Control Technologies (Technical Insights), Decision Support DatabaseDatabase TablesTotal Electricity Installed Capacity--North America (1999-2009)SO2 Emissions--North America (1999-2009)CO2 Emissions--North America (1999-2009)Electricity Installed Capacity from Other Renewable Energy Sources--North America (1999-2009)Electricity Installed--Thermal--North America (1999-2009)




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