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Pennsylvania has coal, may get first U.S. low emission coal burner

Future Power PA is seeking a federal grant to accelerate construction of "near-zero" emissions plant. This coal-burner is to be built near Good Spring, Pennsylvania, chosen not for its symbolic name but for its porximity to a large anthracite mine.
Written by Harry Fuller, Contributor

Future Power PA is seeking a federal grant to accelerate construction of "near-zero" emissions plant. This coal-burner is to be built near Good Spring, Pennsylvania, chosen not for its symbolic name but for its porximity to a large anthracite mine. Future Power says it aims to have the plant operating by 2020. It would use technology from China Huaneng Power Group which is building a coal gassification plant in China already. Future Power is a majority-owned and controlled joint venture of Future Fuels LLC of Houston, Texas and Immersive Media Corporation. Houston-based Future Fuels LLC develops clean coal gasification projects.

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