Tag: American Electric Power

Clean power and hydrogen plant

Eight US electric utilities and coal companies have announced the formation of an alliance for the creation of a near zero-emission power plant and hydrogen production facility.

AEP expands emission control efforts

American Electric Power (AEP) has announced plans to construct new emission control systems on Unit 1 and Unit 2 at the John E. Amos Plant at St Alban’s, West Virginia, USA.

Co-generation plant at Dow Chemical complex

American Electric Power and development partner the Dow Chemical Company are expecting final permit approval in November for the construction of a 900mw USD 325 million co-generation unit to be constructed at Dow's Plaquemine chemical complex in Louisiana.

US chemical companies produce own electricity

The Dow Chemical Company, BP and Occidental Chemical Company all have something new in common. These companies, along with a growing list of their peers, are increasingly turning to combined heat and power (CHP) generation.

AEP to build catalytic reduction system

American Electric Power plans to construct a new emission control system on one unit of its Muskingum River generating station near the communities of Waterford and Beverly, Ohio.

Emission control at Ohio plant

American Electric Power and Buckeye Power Inc. plan to construct new emission control systems at their jointly owned Cardinal Plant in Brilliant, Ohio.

AEP and TXU expand West Texas wind project

The Trent Mesa Project, a wind-power generation facility under construction near Abilene, Texas, is expanded to 150,000kw of production from 130,000kw under an agreement between TXU Corp.