2015 ICAC Market Study
(September 2015), 126 pages. Building on the 2014 study, this year’s in-depth resource provides extensive analysis by markets, electric utility, industrial boiler, Portland cement, etc., while addressing both industrial and utility markets for CEMS. It reports on air pollution control and monitoring industry related topics including electric power, continuous emission monitoring, industrial sectors, upcoming and pending rules, and contains an overall regulatory overview.
The projections for the U.S. market on air pollution control are in the context of key regulatory market drivers, helping company executives understand some of the key risk factors inherent to the forecast and how changes to regulations might impact the forecasts presented.
2014 ICAC Market Study
(August 2014), 105 pages. ICAC has released its 2014 Market Study. Most technology sectors of the overall industry will increase significantly during this period primarily due to the upcoming compliance with the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards rule by the power sector. In contrast to earlier ICAC market forecasts, this year ICAC used a sector-based bottom-up approach that identifies specific projects and estimates the technology and scope based upon regulatory requirements.
2013 Air Pollution Control Equipment Market Forecast
(September 2013), 147 pages. ICAC has released its 2013 U.S. Market Forecast which analyzes market trends for stationary air pollution control equipment. The forecast summarizes the technological, regulatory, and general market influences driving the procurement of ESPs, fabric filters, NOx controls, VOC controls, FGD systems, CEMS and utility reagent (ammonia, urea, lime, limestone, activated carbon) usage annually through 2016. This forecast is free to ICAC full members, $950 for ICAC associate members. Click here, to Email ICAC staff for more information.
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2017 Washington Clean Air Summit
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