The revised statement adds language to identify and secure a host site that will require compliance with the new boiler emission regulations and will agree to consider a CHP assembly-based on the proposed technology. The project equipment specification will be broadened to permit possible use of a Capstone C-65 microturbine (or equivalent) as required to secure participation of an appropriate host site. The microturbine-generator will be provided by the host site as originally agreed. The project team will secure an air permit from the appropriate Air Quality Management District, including any applicable waivers or relaxation of permit limits based on the experience gained under PIR-03-037. St Johnson and CMCE will supply match funds to provide a new NOXmaticTM burner for the project at no cost to the Energy Commission. Overall match funding by CMCE, ST Johnson and the host site will not be less that $152,000 regardless of equipment selection and host site. Finally, CMCE will install and demonstrate the CHP assembly on an industrial packaged boiler in California.