Penn State University to replace coal with natural gas for heating

05/2/2011 | Centre Daily Times (State College, Pa.)

Pennsylvania State University is planning to replace its coal-powered steam plant with a natural gas steam heating distribution system. The shift, which will begin in June, is in compliance with the Environmental Protection Agency's Boiler Maximum Achievable Control Technology standards of boilers used in boiling water to produce heat. The transition will cost more for PSU, but it will yield long-term advantages and benefits, said Paul Moser, PSU's superintendent of steam services.

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Centre Daily Times (State College, Pa.)