CoaLogix is the parent company of SCR-Tech LLC, the leading provider of SCR management and catalyst regeneration technologies for selective catalytic reduction (SCR) systems used by coal and gas fired power plants to reduce nitrogen oxides (NOx) emissions. SCR-Tech integrates leading edge technologies, a highly skilled workforce, and more than 100 years of combined experience in the environmental and power generation industries to provide innovative, cost-effective SCR catalyst management and regeneration services that help our customers achieve and maintain compliance with increasingly stringent NOx regulations.
CoaLogix integrates and applies technologies and resources in an innovative and holistic manner to provide its customers with value-adding solutions to meet their environmental challenges.
CoaLogix develops, acquires, integrates and applies technologies reducing the environmental footprint of coal fired plants to maximize shareholder value.
Based in Charlotte, North Carolina, SCR-Tech is the only company in North America offering a commercial process capable of fully restoring catalyst activity and NOx reduction performance. We also provide SCR catalyst management and consulting services including computer simulation, inspection, testing and analysis to help utilities, independent power producers, and other SCR operators optimize their NOx reduction performance and achieve regulatory compliance at lower costs.
In November of 2007, CoaLogix was formed from the current management team and Acorn Energy (NASDAQ: ACFN) to acquire SCR-Tech from Catalytica Energy Systems. In February of 2008, EnerTech Capital became an investor of CoaLogix.
Energy Capital Partners is a private equity firm focused on investing in North America’s energy infrastructure. Having raised approximately $7 billion in equity funds, we invest in assets and businesses primarily in the following sectors:
- Power generation, including renewable energy facilities
- Electric transmission
- Midstream gas, including gas storage, pipelines and other related assets.
- Other energy assets such as energy efficiency and storage, energy conservation and energy service companies.
Members of our senior management team have played leading roles as principles in over $15 billion in energy assets purchases across 150 separate assets over the last several decades.
Energy Capital Partners’ officers are located in Short Hills, New Jersey and San Diego, California.
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