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Fuel Tech elects new member to B of D

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Fuel Tech, Inc. (Fuel Tech), a leader in advanced engineering solutions for the optimisation of combustion systems in utility and industrial applications, has announced that effective 6 February 2017, it expanded its Board of Directors from five to six and elected James J. Markowsky, Ph.D. as an independent director of Fuel Tech, Inc.

"We are delighted to welcome Jim to Fuel Tech's Board of Directors," said Douglas G. Bailey, Fuel Tech's Executive Chairman. "With over 30 years of experience in power generation, Jim’s combined experience in management and corporate governance makes him an excellent advisor to help inform our judgment as we strive to grow Fuel Tech and increase stockholder value."

Dr. Markowsky is currently a member of the Board of Directors for Energy Corporation of America since 2011, and Chair of their Audit Committee since July 2016. Previously, Dr. Markowsky served as Assistant Secretary for Fossil Energy, US Department of Energy, in 2009 and 2010. He served as President of Research and Development Solutions, LLC (RDS), in 2004 and 2005. Prior to RDS, Dr. Markowsky served as Executive Vice President, Power Generation, at American Electric Power Service Corporation (AEP) from 1996 to 2000. In 2000, he retired from AEP. Earlier positions of Dr. Markowsky at AEP included Executive Vice President, Engineering and Construction (1993 - 1996), Senior Vice President and Chief Engineer (1988-1993), Vice President, Mechanical and Environmental Engineering (1988), Vice President, Mechanical Engineering (1987 - 1988), Assistant Vice President, Mechanical Engineering (1984 - 1987), AEP Sloan Fellow at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1980 - 1981), Manager, Analytical and R&D Section (1977 - 1984), and Senior Engineer, Mechanical Engineering Division (1971 - 1977).

Dr. Markowsky’s professional affiliations include membership in the National Academy of Engineering and he is an American Society of Mechanical Engineers Fellow. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Pratt Institute, Master of Science and doctoral degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Cornell University and a Master of Science degree in Management from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Dr. Markowsky has extensive experience related to power generation including, during his long and successful AEP career, the management along with the engineering, design, construction and operation of AEP’s then fleet of 21 000 MW of coal-fired power generation, and the management and implementation of R&D activities related to both the environmental and operational performance of fossil power plants.

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