Wisconsin Electric: Doing its part to mitigate mercury

“Wisconsin Electric has been actively supporting the assessment of mercury control technologies with the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) and various research and industry groups for many years,” said Ramsay Chang, manager of air pollution control for EPRI. “Significant progress has been made in the understanding of mercury emission control technologies, and in developing models and test equipment to evaluate these technologies. Wisconsin Electric has helped EPRI and the utility industry determine the feasibility for mercury control at different power plant sites, the cost impacts, and the issues that need to be further addressed.”

by Amy Lange, Frost & Sullivan

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