Mitsubishi Power and University of Central Florida develop NOx tracking tool


As the US power generation industry transitions to new forms of energy in preparation for net zero carbon emissions future, Mitsubishi Power Americas has joined forces with the University of Central Florida (UCF) to develop a source of information that tracks nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions.

Available at no cost to the public and interested parties, the Power Generation NOx Tracker is a website that utilises the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) database as analysed by UCF’s Center for Advanced Turbomachinery and Energy Research (CATER) to show trends over time.

This marks the second such method for tracking launched by Mitsubishi Power after the 2017 launch of the Carnegie Mellon University Power Sector Carbon Index, which estimates the carbon dioxide (CO2) intensity of the U.S. power sector.

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