Dry sorbent injection (DSI) systems have been in service for more than 20 years at coal-fired generating stations, providing an effective tool for reducing sulfur dioxide acid gas emission levels. Current and pending environmental regulations have prompted a revival of interest in DSI as a low capital-cost, multi-pollutant control solution.
The deal is done…and both parties agree: NAES’ acquisition of Greenberry has set one of those synergizing 1 + 1 = 3 equations in play. “We felt it was a really good fit – both for us and for NAES,” said Greg Toy, Greenberry Vice President for Business Development, during a briefing at the Issaquah office in late January. “We knew both parties had something that could help the other.”