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Market Assessment of Emerging Ultra Low-NOX Burner Technologies

Project Number ET22SWG0010 Organization SWG (Statewide Gas ETP) End-use Whole Building Sector Cross Cutting Project Year(s) 2022 - N/A
The project will research emerging Ultra-low NOx (ULN) Burner technologies to provide actionable recommendations of technologies and gaps for further study by the GET program. This project will research and evaluate cost-effective, efficient, and ultra-low emission burner technologies including burner geometry designs, and add-on controls. A final report documenting the findings will be developed, which will provide investor-owned utilities with information to assess the retrofit feasibility, add-on control feasibility, and the operating cost of these new ULN burner technologies.
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