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CEMS


New Monitoring and Analytics Tools Improve Plant Performance

Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) technologies can help make electric generating plants more efficient while increasing availability. The electric power industry is going through a transformational change: increasing renewables from…


Wireless Monitoring Improves Power Plant Operations

Wireless pressure gauges keep nine continuous emissions monitoring systems operating reliably, and wireless position monitoring helps close the loop on 90 control valves. Existing operations in power plants are often…


Equipment Showcase - CEMS, Analyzers, and Sensors

A continuous emissions monitoring system (CEMS) is required in the U.S. under Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations to continuously collect, record, and report emissions data from industrial facilities, including power…


Equipment Showcase: Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems and Gas Analyzers

A continuous emissions monitoring system (CEMS) is required in the U.S. under Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations to continuously collect, record, and report emissions data. CEMS are used to monitor…


Evaluating the Use of CEMS for Accurate Heat Rate Monitoring and Reporting

Power plants are familiar with using continuous emissions monitoring systems (CEMS) to monitor pollutants, but these devices also may be able to measure heat rate—which could be handy for future…