Pennsylvania works on permit for 22-MW Stourbridge Energy project

The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection said in a Dec. 17 notice in the Pennsylvania Bulletin that it has gotten an application from Stourbridge Energy LLC for an air permit on a 22-MW facility to be located in Berlin Township, Wayne County.

Plan Approval No. 64-00019A is for the construction of 22-MW electric generating plant. The plant will include three Rolls-Royce natural gas-fired engines with oxidation catalysts and selective catalytic reduction (SCR) technology.

The volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions from the facility will not equal or exceed 50 tons per year (TPY), based on a 12-month rolling sum. The NOx emissions from the facility will not equal or exceed 100 TPY, based on a 12-month rolling sum. Total PM, SOx, and CO emissions from the facility will not equal or exceed 100 TPY, based on a 12-month rolling sum. The hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) from the facility must never equal or exceed 10 TPY of any single HAP and must never equal or exceed 25 TPY of all aggregated HAPs, based on a 12-month rolling sum.

The project company address is: Stourbridge Energy LLC, 358 North Shore Drive, Suite 201, Pittsburgh, PA 15212. That is the address for IMG Midstream, which is developing several gas-fired projects like this in Pennsylvania.

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