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Bharatbook added a new report on “Air Pollution Control Market for Coal – Fired Power Plants to 2020 – Increasing Plant Capacity to Present Growth Opportunities” into its market report catalogue for reselling.

Air Pollution Control Market for Coal – Fired Power Plants to 2020 – Increasing Plant Capacity to Present Growth Opportunities

The report gives an in-depth analysis of the global Air Pollution Control Equipment (APCE) market for coal-fired power plants, covering four major regions – North America (USA and Canada), Europe, Asia–Pacific and the Rest of the World (South and Central America, the Middle East and Africa). The research analyzes the regulatory framework in the three most significant regions – North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific, and the impact of regulations on the air pollution control market for coal-fired power plants. ( )

The report covers market revenue forecasts for the air pollution control market for all the regions mentioned, and it also provides a detailed forecast of the market’s revenues by product type – Flue Gas Desulphurization (FGD), Nitrous Oxides (NOx), Electrostatic Precipitators (ESP) and Fabric Filters up to 2020. The report also includes geographic and cost analysis data for each product type.

Market Penetration of Mercury Control Technology Driven by MACT and Set to Expand Air Pollution Control Market
The Mercury Emission Control (MEC) business is currently being driven by the rules and regulations of 19 states in USA and several Canadian provinces. The MEC market is set to expand with new and more comprehensive Federal rules. Since the US Clean Air Act requires that all Maximum Achievable Control Technology MACT regulations drafted by the EPA for coal-fired boilers, covering 189 Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAP) including mercury (which is expected to be finalized by 2011), be met within 36 months, this is expected to create a sharp increase in market demand resulting in an expansion of the market starting late next year as utilities accelerate their efforts to become compliant by 2014.

Air Pollution Mitigation through Pollution Prevention Technologies Poses Threat to the Market
The high capital and operational costs of the APC technologies hinder their adoption. This in turn increases companies’ focus towards less expensive, mitigation-at-source technologies. Additionally, air pollution prevention technologies in this regard have the added advantage of high environmental performance.

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