Two of the awards are for ULTRA systems for four large-sized coal-fired units being retrofitted with nitrogen oxide (NOx) reduction technology. The third contract is for two medium-sized natural gas-fired units that will use ULTRA technology for reagent feed for the selective catalytic reduction system, and the final contract is for three High Energy Reagent Technology and NOxOUT selective non-catalytic reduction systems at a refinery facility.
China is an important part of Fuel Tech’s overall growth strategy, and the company will continue to pursue opportunities in the region, Fuel Tech Chairman, President and CEO Douglas Bailey stated in a release.
Equipment deliveries for all four contracts are expected to occur this year.
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