DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY and American Electric Power Service Corp., Columbus, Ohio, will build a $660 million, cost shared, commercial scale pressurized fluidized bed combustion (PFBC) unit at the Philip Sporn plant in New Haven, W. Va., under DOE's clean coal program. Objective is to demonstrate the feasibility and economics of PFBC technology, which reduces sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxide emissions, in a plant of at least 330,000 kw capacity.

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