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OIL- AND COAL-FIRED POWER PLANTS

United Timber/Wood Energy Systems; Anson, Maine. Process designs; mass, energy and water balance optimization consultations; system design; capital cost estimates; economic feasibility; air emission licensing; and special studies for an electric power generating station using three diesel engines and one standby No. 2 oil-fired boiler with a total heat input capacity of 21.6 million BTUs. This project was designed to convert a failed wood gasification system to a conventional diesel fuel cogeneration plant.

Applied Energy Services, Inc.; Lower Penobscot River Estuary; Maine. Environmental permit strategy and fatal-flaw analysis of alternative sites for a proposed 180-megawatt coal-fired cogeneration plant. Potential fatal flaws identified during the analysis have become reality; the project stalled over noise and air quality impact issues emanating from the Bucksport facility. This project evaluated potential sites from an environmental impact and siting design perspective. Analyses of air quality, water quality, solid waste, site, and socioeconomic issues were completed.

Robinson Manufacturing Company; Oxford, Maine. Boiler replacement, project management, air emission license, site permit, SPCC Plan, and environmental consulting for a wool cloth manufacturer. Detailed design sufficient for evaluating alternative fuel led to a conventional boiler replacement. The air emission license was for two 15.07-million-BTU No. 6 oil-fired boilers, as well as five manufacturing processes producing textile fiber particulates and volatile organic compound emissions. RSE developed CPM/PERT design, permitting, and construction milestone schedules and project management services that involved a network of independent consulting engineers.

City of Lewiston; District Heating & Cogeneration Feasibility Study; Lewiston, Maine. Surrogate project management and quality control, preparation of technical and economic issue papers, agency and industrial liaison, and public participation for a district heating and cogeneration feasibility study. Peer review of all consultant studies, designs, and development strategies evolved into a municipal solid waste to energy cogeneration facility to provide district heating to Lewiston's industrial and commercial centers.





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