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This project was made possible through the generous funding of the Department of
Energy's National Energy Technology Laboratory and industry partners including ADA-ES,
Inc., Entergy, EPRI, Alliant, ATCO Power, DTE Energy, Oglethorpe Power, NORIT
Americas Inc., Xcel Energy, Southern Company, Arch Coal, and EPCOR.
Andrew O'Palko was the project manager for DOE/NETL. David Muggli was the
initial ADA-ES project manager for testing at Independence Station until 4Q06. Starting in
4Q06, Sharon Sjostrom was the Project Manager. Tom Campbell was the project engineer
responsible for all site activities throughout the test program. The team gratefully
acknowledges the efforts and support of Richard Roberts (Entergy Technical Support), Mike
Rees (Engineer), Todd Bradberry (Engineer), Steve Coker (Sr. Engineer), Kellee Fletcher
(Environmental Specialist), Joe Hantz (Fossil Environmental Support), and the staff at
Independence Station. Ramsay Chang was a key technical advisor and provided project
management for EPRI. Connie Senior at Reaction Engineering International provided
technical support and coordinated the CFD modeling efforts conducted by REI. The ADA-
ES test team included Brian Donnelly, Cody Wilson, Chad Sapp, Erik Zipp, Brandon Hagen,
and Martin Dillon from ADA-ES. Mike Durham, Jean Bustard, Cam Martin, and Travis
Starns from ADA-ES provided key technical input into the project. Richard Schlager
managed the contracts. Anne Sjostrom and Andrea Adams assisted with the technical
writing, and Cindy Larson edited and assembled all technical reports.
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