Research, development, demonstration and commercialization
Repowering is achieved by investments made in a plant to substantially increase its generating capability, to change generating fuels, or to install a more efficient generating technology at the plant site.
South African Coal, Oil, and Gas Corporation; coal conversion plant in operation at Sasolburg; coal is gasified by the Lurgi process and then converted to liquid hydrocarbons through the Fisher-Tropsch process.
Superclean cold water slurry
Selective catalytic reduction; postcombustion NOx control with the use of catalysts.
Synthetic natural gas
Combined SO2 and NOx catalytic advanced flue gas cleanup
Solid oxide fuel cell
Mixture of carbon monoxide and hydrogen and other liquid and gaseous products
Coal with a heating value of 8,300 to 11,500 Btu per pound, a carbon content of 35 to 45 percent, and a moisture content of 20 to 30 percent.
Synthetic Fuels Corporation
Organization established by the Energy Security Act of 1980 to facilitate the development of domestic nonconventional energy resources.
Thermal barrier coatings
Trillion (1012) cubic feet
University of North Dakota Energy and Environmental Research Center
Volatile organic compounds