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Power Generation

Coal, Oil, Gas & Biomass

Power Generation

Globally, power producers are demanding technologies that offer fuel flexibility to meet their operational goals. In many emerging power markets, the emphasis is on generating low cost power from solid fuels. As a result, power producers are increasingly looking to maximize the use of low cost opportunity coal, locally mined fuels, low rank lignite and the like, which are easily available at significantly lower prices. In developed markets, the emphasis is on emission reductions and increasing demand side efficiency causing power producers to increasingly harness carbon neutral fuels like biomass in their fuel mix. Whether the overriding objective is fuel flexibility, fuel cost reduction, co-firing biomass, or lowering air emissions such as NOx, SO2, Hg, PM or CO2, EES offers a range of technologies to help meet those operational goals.
With its innovative technologies, EES offers low cost, complimentary and customized solutions to power plants to help:

  • Maximize fuel flexibility and enable burning a range of opportunity fuels
  • Improve boiler performance by mitigating problems attributed to furnace slagging & fouling
  • Minimize NOx emissions and improve combustion efficiency
  • Reduce SO3 & Hg emissions from boilers
  • Treat & recycle wastewaters efficiently to a point of Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD)

Power Generation Solutions

CoalTreat

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Pre-combustion fuel additive used to mitigate problems attributed to furnace slagging, and heat transfer surface fouling

AddChem

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A suite of  additives and engineered processes designed for reducing corrosion and slagging associated with burning biomass fuels alone or cofiring with coal or other fuels.  These products may also be used to reduce SO3 emissions by up to 70% from coal-fired power plants

KleeNwater

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Proprietary process to treat and recycle wastewaters for re-use or minimize discharge wastewater to ZLD

KLeeNscrub/KLeeN-Ox

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Suite of mercury control additives for enhanced mercury oxidation, precipitation, and capture in wet and dry flue gas desulfurization systems

Combustion Engineering

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Economical step-wise approach to NOx and emissions reduction as well as improved combustion efficiency for utility & industrial boilers

SNCR

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SNCR systems utilizing either urea or ammonia to reduce NOx up to 50% on conventional boilers and 85% on CFBs

SCR

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SCR systems reducing NOx up to 90%+ from boilers using the catalytic reduction of NOx and an injected reagent such as ammonia or urea

Burners & Fuel Conversion

EES_Variswirl Coal Gas Burner

Cost effective Low NOx burner modifications & upgrades for new or existing coal, gas, oil or biomass boilers

MH Series

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Magnesium based chemical solution to address slagging and fouling issues for a range of oil fired units

Opacitrol

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Fuel oil additive to improve carbon burnout and reduce opacity in utility & industrial boilers

KleeNwater

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Proprietary process to treat and recycle wastewaters for re-use or minimize discharge wastewater to ZLD

Burners & Fuel Conversion

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Cost effective Low NOx burner modifications & upgrades for new or existing coal, gas, oil or biomass boilers

KleeNwater

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Proprietary process to treat and recycle wastewaters for re-use or minimize discharge wastewater to ZLD

Burners & Fuel Conversion

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Cost effective Low NOx burner modifications & upgrades for new or existing coal, gas, oil or biomass boilers

AddChem

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A custom suite of fuel additives and engineered processes used to mitigate problems attributed to corrosion, furnace slagging, and heat transfer surface fouling

Combustion Engineering

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Economical step-wise approach to NOx and emissions reduction as well as improved combustion efficiency for utility & industrial boilers

SNCR

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SNCR systems utilizing either urea or ammonia to reduce NOx up to 50% on conventional boilers and 85% on CFBs

SCR

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SCR systems reducing NOx up to 90%+ from boilers using the catalytic reduction of NOx and  an injected reagent such as ammonia or urea