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EES is a widely recognized leader in the field of combustion enhancement and emissions reduction technology. Whatever your clean coal needs may be, EES brings state-of-the-art technology and a quarter century of experience to the assignment. EES. Comprehensive clean coal solutions.

_DSC7512EES can help you boost combustion efficiency for coal or fuel, get enhanced emission-reduction technology, and benefit from our industry-defining chemical innovations. We help utility and power plants in the U.S. and across the globe:

 

See how our full line of products, services, and expertise can support your plant with: fuel flexibility, combustion efficiency, mercury remediation for MATS compliance, NOx reduction for Regional Haze regulations, and reducing acid gases. such as SO3. Our commitment to the newest technologies and innovation is demonstrated through advanced chemistry, far-reaching services, and leading-edge solutions.

We begin by analyzing and evaluating your plant and fuel characteristics. Our technical support team will establish true baselines and conduct diagnostic testing to support product performance. We work with you to establish critical goals, manage, refine, and achieve cleaner, more-efficient results.

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ClearChem Southern Co. Paper

EES and Southern Company will be presenting a paper on ClearChem SO2 mitigation technology at the upcoming EUEC Conference in Phoenix, AZ, February of 2014. For many coal-fired boilers without a wet scrubber, reducing acid gas emissions is a key compliance concern.  The existing strategies center around sodium- or calcium-based neutralization of the acid gas, with various formulations and injection locations.  Recently, ClearChem micronized limestone slurry was tested at Southern Company Plant Smith.  Initial experiments indicated the best-case slurry concentration, and tests were done at this concentration for low-load, mid-load, and full-load conditions, while varying the stoichiometry.  The possibility of achieving maximum removal was also explored using ClearChem injection combined with injection of hydrated lime into the flue gas.   This paper will focus on the importance of CFD boiler modeling and subsequent validation of the model to achieve maximum performance in the field.