Emissions Reduction and Air Pollution Control Opportunities in SE Europe Detailed Event Information For Emissions Reduction and Air Pollution Control Opportunities in SE Europe
Emissions Reduction and Air Pollution Control Opportunities in SE Europe -- Coal, Electrical Power Systems, Environmental Technologies, Pollution Control Eq.
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Location/Date: baltimore, MD, United States 05/21/2019 - 05/21/2019
Event Summary:
Join the U.S. Commercial Service for a webinar highlighting air pollution control technologies in Eastern Europe.

As domestic coal plants face load reduction and early closure, many European countries continue to use coal as main source of power. Combined with growing political pressure to improve air quality, this represents an abundance of both retrofit and new installation opportunities for stationary source emission reduction and control technologies over the next five to ten years. In addition to the demand for more traditional technologies used to limit or control NOx, SOx, particulate matter and other emissions, innovative technologies – particularly those designed for multi-pollutant control – are likely to be of great interest to foreign buyers.

The U.S. Commercial Service Environmental Technology Team members from Bulgaria, Poland, Romania and Turkey will discuss market opportunities for pollution control technologies in their respective countries.


Contacts:
Jolanta Coffey, Baltimore
Senior International Trade Specialist
Phone: 410-962-4578
Jolanta.Coffey@trade.gov
John Tracy, Buffalo
International Trade Specialist
Phone: 315-453-4070
John.Tracy@trade.gov

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