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When Colorado Springs Utilities announced last week that it was halting plans with the Neumann Systems Group’s Neustream emissions-cleaning technology, it was a setback, but this week Neumann has announced a new venture. And, it’s hoping to partner with CSU again. Neumann wants to integrate technology that extracts rare earth metals from fly ash, the… Continue Reading Neumann wants to partner with Utilities on new venture

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The future of the Neustream coal scrubber is in doubt, and that puts the future of Colorado Springs-based Neumann Systems Group in jeopardy as well … Continue Reading C.S. Utilities puts stop on Neumann

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Colorado Springs Utilities will pay $73.5 million to Neumann Systems Group to design and install emissions control technology for CSU’s Martin Drake Power Plant. The contract also includes an incentive based on meeting cost and performance goals. The technology, NeuStream, will remove sulfur dioxide from the emissions of the coal-fired plant, allowing utilities to comply… Continue Reading CSU to spend $73.5M on emissions control technology

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Neumann receives federal grant for CO2

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Neumann Systems Group, based in Colorado Springs, is getting help from the federal government to test its carbon sequestration system. Continue Reading Neumann receives federal grant for CO2

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Power plant scrubber gets positive review

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The Neumann Systems technology that cleans sulfur dioxide from coal-fired power plants got a thumbs up from the Electric Power Research Institute, clearing the way for the company to enter a contract with Colorado Springs Utilities and to market the technology to other utility companies. “They said the plant operated as advertised, and the device was… Continue Reading Power plant scrubber gets positive review

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