High-sulfur Ohio coal targeted

THE Ohio Air Quality Development Authority has called for proposals for clean coal technology projects by March 18.
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Angie Tomlinson

Eligible projects need to assist in the deployment of cost-effective technologies that can enable the use of high-sulfur Ohio coal while remaining in compliance with the latest environmental regulations.

Projects will fall into the following categories: deployment of an innovative, cost-effective clean coal technology at full scale; development or demonstration of technologies and techniques for reducing or sequestering greenhouse gas emissions; development of advanced steam turbine materials that can be matched with an ultra-supercritical coal-fired boiler; demonstration of an advanced clean coal technology at pilot scale or larger; or demonstration and technology transfer of coal combustion product management processes and techniques.

The Ohio Coal Development Office (OCDO), in cooperation with Ohio research institutions and businesses, will serve as a financial co-sponsor of the installation of the most beneficial and promising clean coal technologies.

All project managers and participants, particularly technology developers, are expected to share a significant portion of the project costs with OCDO.

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