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What is "Pulverized Coal?"

Pulverized Coal is the type of coal used in the majority of coal fired power plants. The reason why Pulverized Coal is the preferred form of coal to use is that it flows like natural gas, provides flexible control and combustion is cleaner and more complete. 

To be considered as Pulverized Coal, coal is finely ground so that approximately 75% of the Pulverized Coal (by weight) passes through a 200-mesh screen.

 


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What is Clean Coal ?

"Clean coal" is the coal industry's last and best hope to stay in business.

Already, 205 coal-fired power plants are scheduled to be closed over the next 5 years due to the emissions, hazardous air pollutants, including mercury emissions, and carbon emissions that coal produces when burned.


What is Clean Coal Technology

Clean Coal Technology - while cleaner than typical coal-fired power plants, is still using the dirtiest, most-polluting of all fossil fuels. 

When coal is burned, it produces hazardous air pollutants as well as toxic emissions. These emissions include nitrogen oxides, sulfur dioxide, carbon monoxide and particulates that when breathed, are taken deep into the lungs, and causing respiratory problems for many people. Coal's harmful emissions are responsible for acid rain, polluting water and the source of high mercury emissions in animals, fish and people. This doesn't even start to cover the enormous pollution caused when mining/recovering the coal from coal mines. 

With the rapid decrease in renewable energy technologies and renewable energy resources, such as clean renewable fuels, including; biogas, biomethane, B100 biodiesel and synthesis gas and renewable energy including; biomass gasification, geothermal, hydro, solar, wind and waste heat recovery, with zero to few emissions, maybe its time to just leave coal dead and buried where it is, and focus on clean power and renewable energy?

 

Did you know that Coal Fired Power Plants generate 40% of the world’s electricity and
that Coal Fired Power Plants are responsible for 35% of the world's Carbon Dioxide Emissions?!?

Instead of "burning" coal in power boilers, coal can be "gasified" thereby making coal clean!


What is "
Biomass Gasification"?

Biomass Gasification is a technology that can produce cleaner power using coal. Instead of "burning" coal, the coal, and other "biomass" materials, are "gasified" and this process generates Synthesis Gas or "Syngas." Biomass Gasification process using organic wastes such as agricultural waste and urban wood waste. The Synthesis Gas is then used like any other fuel, such as natural gas, which is not a renewable fuel.

Many companies with organic waste couple a Biomass Gasification system with a cogeneration power plant, which is fueled by the Synthesis Gas, for a sustainable power and energy solution.

 

Is Coal Clean?
Many claim coal is not clean, that coal is dirty.

Is Coal Dirty?
Many claim coal is not dirty, that coal is clean.


 

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