AMP-Ohio) today announced that it intends to pursue the utilization of Powerspan emissions control technology on the proposed American Municipal Power Generating Station (AMPGS) Project.
What does AMPGS stand for?
AMPGS stands for American Municipal Power Generating Station (Ohio)
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amp; COLUMBUS, Ohio -- American Municipal Power (AMP) has selected the project team of Ramco/Burns & McDonnell to provide engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services for the American Municipal Power Generating Station (AMPGS) a new 600-megawatt combined cycle gas turbine power facility to be located in Meigs County, near Letart Falls in southern Ohio.
American Municipal Power-Ohio, Incorporated (Columbus, Ohio) recently announced that it intends to pursue the utilization of emissions control technology supplied by Powerspan (Portsmouth, New Hampshire) on the proposed American Municipal Power Generating Station (AMPGS) Project to be built near the Ohio River in southern Meigs County, Ohio.