ATP Contributing to ASME Workgroup on heat rate improvement. ASME will be sponsoring a webinar in early October and Jim Staudt contributed a section on the effects of capacity and capacity factor.
ATP assisting Navajo Nation on Clean Power Plan.
ATP Announces Requests for Expression of Interest in Multi-Client Study: Shifting Sands - Changes Ahead for the US Power Industry for more, go to News/Publications on the left, and click on "Shifting Sands"
January 4, 2013 - Jim Staudt speaks at UBS Conference Call on Illinois Coal Utilities.
At UBS's invitation, Jim Staudt spoke about the enviironmental challenges facing Ameren, Dynegy and Midwest Generating fleets, as well as other Illinois plants in light of Midwest Generating bankruptcy and Ameren's announcement to leave the merchant generating businesss. See the April 2013 Newsletter for more information.
3/31/11 Andover Technology Partners and MJ Bradley and Associates authored a report for the Northeast States for Coordinated Air Use Management (NESCAUM) titled
"Control Technologies to Reduce Conventional and Hazardous Air Pollutants from Coal-Fired Power Plants"
Jim Staudt received a 2007 Level II US EPA Science and Technology Achievement Award with the citation:
Providing the Public with a Comprehensive Summary of Technologies for Control of Mercury Emissions from Electric Utility Boilers
Above: Jim Staudt being congratulated by Congressman John Tierney of the Massachusetts 6th Congressional District on his Level II US EPA Science and Technology Achievement Award.
This was for work performed with EPA scientists and engineers, Ravi Srivastava, Nick Hutson, Frank Princiotta, and Blair Martin and published in the following journal article:
Control of Mercury Emissions from Coal-Fired Electric Utility Boilers
Environmental Science & Technology, 41(5):1385-1393 (2006)
Jim Staudt with Dr. George Gray (left, Assistant Administrator for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Office of Research and Development) and Dr. Kevin Teichman (right, Deputy Assistant Administrator for Science in US EPA’s Office of Research and Development (ORD)) at the May 21, 2008 awards ceremony held at the Rayburn House Office Building in Washington, DC.