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Trends in U.S. Biomass Energy Production

Posted in Energy on Thursday, August 18th, 2011. 3 comments so far
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Emerson’s Dennis Tkacs, a strategic program manager in the Power & Water Solutions division, shares his thoughts on the use and trends biomass-based energy production in the United States. While a significant amount of energy is generated from biomass, not too many new plants are being built. From my observations, there are many reasons for […]

Greenhouse Gas Reporting Rules and Increasing Energy Efficiency

Posted in Process Optimization, Regulatory Compliance on Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011. No comments yet
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A little more than one year ago, I highlighted how the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Reporting Rules were beginning to impact U.S. process manufacturers. The post, EPA Greenhouse Gas Reporting Rules and Flow Measurement shared ways measurement devices could assist in this reporting. I caught up with Emerson’s Patrick Truesdale who […]

Combustion Gas Measurement and Monitoring Standards

Posted in Analyzers, Regulatory Compliance on Tuesday, November 9th, 2010. No comments yet
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A person searching on the subject of gas-fired heaters came upon one of the many posts here on this blog. He wanted to know: Is there any International standard or code compliance to measure or monitor the gases (like type of gas and range, etc.) in the gas fired heaters? (Other than optimizing the combustion) […]

Optimum Combustion for Reduced Greenhouse Emissions

Posted in Analyzers on Tuesday, January 26th, 2010. No comments yet
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Last week, I highlighted some of the greenhouse gas regulatory reporting changes happening here in the U.S. I checked in with Emerson’s Doug Simmers, a global product manager in the Rosemount Analytical Combustion Gas business. Although alternative sources of energy continue to grow as a percentage of energy consumed, combustion of oil, gas, and coal […]