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08/01/2015
Volume 119, Issue 8
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  • Features

    • The Fall of the F-Class Turbine

      For the first time in over 20 years, F-Class turbine technology no longer commands majority share in the North America 60 Hz heavy duty gas turbine market

    • A New Era of Demand Response

      Blurring the Lines between Generation and Demand-Side Resources

    • Dense Slurry Coal Ash Management: Full Compliance, Lower Cost, Less Risk

      The Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) newly enacted Coal Combustion Residuals (CCR) rules and proposed Effluent Limitations Guidelines (ELG) will significantly impact waste management practices in the coal-fired power industry.

    • Valves & Actuators

      A single power plant uses hundreds of valves to control almost every aspect of its operation.

    • Water's Journey

      More so than at any other time in the power plant era, water from the beginning of its journey through a plant to its discharge must be viewed holistically.

  • Departments

    • Opinion

    • Gas Generation

      • Economy from Thin Air

        When I was a teenager, I dated a girl whose parents wouldn't let her dress grunge.

    • View On Renewables

    • Energy Matters

      • FEEDing the Permitting Beast

        The battle for a good permit begins well before the application is submitted, with the initial Front End Engineering Design (FEED) and development of conceptual engineering information used as inputs to permit modeling and development.

    • Nuclear Reactions

      • Strategic Investment in Talent

        The cover story in the June issue of Power Engineering magazine highlighted the challenges facing the energy, utility and manufacturing sectors in finding skilled labor as baby boomers retire in greater numbers.

    • Products
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