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Cutting emissions: $153M Edgewater project cuts gases by 75 percent, Alliant says

10:06 PM, Feb. 22, 2013
Pipes carry ammonia used by the newly-installed selective catalytic reduction system, adjacent to the building in the background, at Alliant Energy's Edgewater Generating Station. The unit reduces nitrogen oxide emissions by introducing ammonia into the stream of gases leaving the generating unit boiler, converting the emissions into nitrogen and water.
Pipes carry ammonia used by the newly-installed selective catalytic reduction system, adjacent to the building in the background, at Alliant Energy's Edgewater Generating Station. The unit reduces nitrogen oxide emissions by introducing ammonia into the stream of gases leaving the generating unit boiler, converting the emissions into nitrogen and water.
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Alliant Energy said Friday that a new $153 million system designed to cut nitrogen oxide emissions at its coal-fired Edgewater Generating Station in Sheboygan is now in use.

Final testing on the project, which began construction in 2010, is in the final stages and shows that the system has reduced nitrogen oxide emissions from Edgewater's Unit 5 generator by 75 percent, utility officials said.

"It's meeting the forecasted emission reductions and will mean cleaner air for the region," said Jeff Knier, the project manager. ...

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