ClearSign To Present At The Air Quality IX Conference October 21 - 23 In Arlington, VA
SEATTLE, Oct. 3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- ClearSign Combustion Corporation (NASDAQ: CLIR), an emerging leader in combustion and emissions control technology for industrial, commercial and utility markets, announced today that Chief Technology Officer Joe Colannino will be a featured presenter at the Air Quality IX Conference, October 21 - 23, 2013 at the Crystal Gateway Marriott in Arlington, VA.
"Following Joe's very well-received presentation at last month's American Flame Research Council meeting in Hawaii, we are eager to share our exciting developments in the lab with an even larger audience at this year's prestigious Air Quality IX Conference. The already strong interest among industry leaders in ClearSign's Electrodynamic Combustion Control™ and Duplex™ Burner Architecture technologies is increasing, which we believe is further evidence of the potentially market-disrupting nature of our technology. We are turning the economics of emissions control on its head, offering the potential to meet emissions control standards while, for the first time, actually increasing energy efficiency."
Mr. Colannino's paper, "Reduction of NOx and Particulate Via Application of Electrodynamic Combustion Control (ECC™) Technology to Biomass and Coal Systems" will be presented at 3:40 PM on Wednesday, October 23rd.
The Air Quality Conference is the nation's premier conference on emission control. The conference continues to evolve around the critical issues facing the United States and the world with respect to air quality and carbon management issues. Discussions include potential health risks, available and developing control technologies, control strategies and research needs, and current and pending regulatory policies. Organizing sponsors include the Electric Power Research Institute, The Energy and Environmental Research Centre and the US Department of Energy's National Energy Technology Laboratory.
About ClearSign Combustion Corporation
ClearSign Combustion Corporation designs and develops technologies that aim to improve key performance characteristics of combustion systems including energy efficiency, emissions control, fuel flexibility and overall cost effectiveness. Our Electrodynamic Combustion Control™ (ECC™) platform technology improves control of flame shape and heat transfer and optimizes the complex chemical reactions that occur during combustion in order to minimize harmful emissions. For more information about the Company, please visit www.clearsign.com
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