USA: clean coal

Cleco Corp.’s electric utility subsidiary, Cleco Power, has announced the construction of a new generating unit incorporating Clean-Coal Technology. The unit will be capable of using multiple solid fuels, which will help stabilize customer costs. Cleco Power has filed plans with the Louisiana Public Service Commission (LPSC) to build the estimated USD 1 billion unit. The company’s first choice for location of the unit is its Rodemacher Power Station near Boyce. It will encompass two circulating fluidized-bed boilers and generate approximately 600MW of electricity. The unit will require environmental permitting approvals in addition to LPSC approval. Building a new unit will reduce the company’s use of natural gas with petroleum coke, a byproduct of Louisiana’s oil refinery industry.

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