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Global Coal-Fired Power Emissions Monitoring and Control Reverse Trade Mission for India, Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam
Date: May 14 - 23, 2018
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USTDA will host a Coal-Fired Power Emissions Monitoring and Control Reverse Trade Mission (RTM) to bring public officials and coal plant operators from India, Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam to the United States for meetings with U.S. businesses. As Asian countries are expected to account for the largest growth in coal demand through 2021, these countries are exploring their options for improving air quality while balancing growing energy demands. Through this visit, delegates will participate in meetings with U.S. suppliers of SOx, NOx, VOC, mercury and particulate matter controls, and they will meet with industry associations and government agencies. The delegation will also attend site visits to U.S. coal-fired power plants currently using these technologies.

The agenda will include a Business Briefing (location TBD). This event is being organized by Eastern Research Group (ERG).  For more information about how your company or organization can participate, please contact David Sellers at david.sellers@erg.com or 434-979-0218.