Clean Coal Technologies Resumes Operations of Testing Facility to Complete Final Requirements
Published: April 21, 2017 |
Clean Coal Technologies, Inc. (CCTI) will resume operations of their testing facility to complete two additional tests requested by the DOE in order for officials to complete their independent evaluation and analysis of its market-changing technology.
“Clean Coal Technologies management is very pleased to announce that the test plant that we built near Tulsa, Oklahoma will be recommissioned to complete two specific tests that the DOE have requested to proceed with their professional understanding of the unique merits of our technology and its ability to help transform the US coal markets,” said CCTI CEO, Robin Eves.
“Our technology is being evaluated by some of the leading U.S. coal companies and transportation and railroad exporters relative to our ability to increase the global competitiveness of U.S. coal and so the DOE validation of our technology will be a significant milestone in our company’s growth and ability to advance those discussions,” added Eves.
In addition, the restarting of the plant for these tests will allow Kiewit Energy, its designated design and engineering contractor, to perform additional tests and get a complete understanding of the enormous potential of the technology before designing and engineering the first commercial modules which are preliminarily destined for Wyoming and the Powder River Basin coal fields.
About Clean Coal Technologies, Inc.
Clean Coal Technologies, Inc., a cleaner-energy technology company with headquarters in New York City, New York, holds patented process technology and other intellectual property that converts raw coal into a cleaner burning fuel. The company’s trademarked end products, Pristine™ coals, are significantly more efficient, less polluting, more cost-effective, and provide more heat than untreated coal. The principal elements of the company’s pre-combustion technology are based on well-proven science and tried-and-tested industrial components. The company’s clean coal technology may reduce some 90 percent of chemical pollutants from coal, including sulfur and mercury, thereby resolving emissions issues affecting coal-fired power plants.
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