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Hydrogen, Not Coal, to Be Burned at Nebraska Power Plant

Hydrogen, Not Coal, to Be Burned at Nebraska Power Plant

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SUGAR LAND--June 11, 2015--Written by John Egan for Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--The Nebraska Public Power District (NPPD) (Columbus, Nebraska) plans to switch from coal to hydrogen at Unit 2 of its Sheldon Power Station. The hydrogen will be a by-product of a carbon-black manufacturing plant that Monolith Materials Incorporated (Redwood City, San Francisco, California) plans to build next to the Sheldon station, near Lincoln, Nebraska.

Within this article: Details on plans to use hydrogen for Unit 2 of the Sheldon Power Station.

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