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Nov172011

10:47:08 pm

First Commercial System on Two Large Power Units

WORTHINGTON, Ohio--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Midwest Energy Emissions Corp. (OTCBB: CHYUD) announced today that it has completed the installation and commissioning of its feed systems on two large US utility power units. Commencing on January 1st, 2012 these systems will run continuously, whenever the power units operate, under a multi-million dollar long-term supply contract, previously announced on July 20th, 2011. The contract is renewable, with the initial three-year term valued at a minimum $5 Million.


John Norris, CEO of Midwest Energy Emissions Corp., commented: "The successful installation of our systems completes the requirements for our company to launch its first large scale mercury mitigation system here in the U.S. The contract with this utility was awarded to Midwest Energy Emissions Corp. after a strong competitive evaluation. We were chosen over other suppliers based on superior performance, economics, and the best balance-of-plant offering."


The competitive award of this contract and the installation and startup of the new systems speak to Midwest Energy Emission Corp.'s abilities and their technology's potential to take a leading role in the mercury capture market. This comes at a time when new regulations to reduce mercury emissions have begun taking effect in Canada and are expected to be finalized soon for all the US.


Alan Kelley, President of Midwest Energy Emissions Corp., noted: "We believe that our unique and patented processes provide the very best option available in the utility industry today. We are actively bidding on several more systems in North America, and hope to move forward with additional installs now that our first system is complete and operating."


About Midwest Energy Emissions Corp.


We develop and deliver patented, cost effective mercury capture systems and technologies to power plants and other coal-burning units in the United States and Canada. Rather than simply selling different types of activated carbon, we take a holistic view of the mercury emissions problem. We provide proprietary technology that allows customers to meet emissions regulations in the most effective and economical manner, with the least disruption to their ongoing operations. With a strong focus on continuous innovation and industry foresight, we deliver customer value and strengthen the communities in which we do business.Field Analysis
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