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  • Midwest Energy Emissions Corp. (MEEC) Technology, Market Potential Outlined In Seeking Alpha Article 0 comments
    Nov 26, 2013 5:51 PM | about stocks: MEEC

    Midwest Energy Emissions was recently highlighted in a Seeking Alpha article recapping the potential and opportunity for several air pollution control technology companies, including Advanced Emissions Solutions (NASDAQ:ADES), Calgon Carbon Corporation (NYSE:CCC), and Albemarle Corporation (NYSE:ALB).

    To read the article in its entirety visit seekingalpha.com/article/1863811

    In April 2015, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) new regulatory mandates will go into effect to significantly cut coal fire power plant mercury emissions in the United States. Currently, 50 percent of mercury emissions come from coal fire power plants. To curb this output, the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards (MATS) has established new power plant emission requirements for mercury and other toxic pollutants to prevent about 90 percent of mercury emitted by power plants from being released into the air.

    The Seeking Alpha article outlines the hazards of mercury emissions, gives figures for U.S. coal consumption, and explains EPA mandates before launching into each featured company's reduction solutions.

    Midwest Energy Emissions, namely, has proprietary, multi-patented sorbent enhancing additive technology. As the article notes, the company's Sorbent Enhancement Additive (NYSEARCA:SEA) technology represents a second-generation approach to reducing mercury from power plants. Among significant details of Midwest Energy's technologies, the article explains its potential in the marketplace.

    "We believe SEA technology will help ME2C gain maximum benefit from this demand growth. It will help ME2C boost its top line growth, but 100% revenue dependence on only one product, i.e. mercury control solutions, and having a high fixed cost may affect the company's growth in the long run."

    On a global basis:

    "Although ME2C doesn't have a considerable presence in China, we believe that this market has a lot of growth potential, and a future expansion to the Chinese market will give ME2C an opportunity to boost its top line. Like Canada, ME2C also holds exclusive rights to a mercury reduction technology patent in China; therefore, we believe this will help the company expand its presence in the country. Both companies, i.e. Calgon Carbon and ME2C, are expected to lead in grabbing the Chinese market opportunity because of their set base in the country."

    For more information on Midwest Energy visit midwestemissions.com

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    Stocks: MEEC
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