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Hog Creek Wind seeks 36-month extension on certificate from Ohio board


Hog Creek Wind Farm LLC has asked the Ohio Power Siting Board (OPSB) to extend its Certificate of Environmental Compatibility and Public Need from March 22, 2015, until March 22, 2018.

 DOE to help tribes advance onsite, renewable energy projects

DOE to help tribes advance onsite, renewable energy projects

03/03/2015 DOE announced the third round of START Renewable Energy Project Development Assistance, which provides federally recognized tribal governments and other tribal entities with on-the-ground support t...
Report: 2014 was the best year for utility-scale solar power

Report: 2014 was the best year for utility-scale solar power

03/03/2015 With more than 3.7 GW installed, 2014 was the best year yet for utility-scale solar power installations, beating the nearly 3.4 GW installed in 2013 by 10 percent and bringing the U.S. to a total o...

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SwRI receives $9.9Mn from DOE to improve solar plant efficiency

03/05/2015 Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) has been awarded $4.9 million b...
 Westinghouse says nuclear fuel performed flawlessly in Ukraine reactor

Westinghouse says nuclear fuel performed flawlessly in Ukraine reactor

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Public to weigh in on plan to close part of coal-fired plant

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Weekly Coal Production Report

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NRC begins Korean-based nuclear reactor design certification

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Russell Ray

The Power Points blog, written by Russell Ray, Editor-in-Chief of Power Engineering, covers all forms of power generation, including coal, gas, nuclear and renewable. It examines a wide range of issues and advancements in pricing, policy and technology. You can follow Russell on Twitter @RussellRay1.

The Clean Power Plan, FutureGen, EPA and Jumbo Shrimp

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Invest in coal: It's the answer, not the problem

Mon Feb 09 14:17:00 CST 2015

Solar Inequity

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Generating Interest Blog

Tim Miser
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Tim Miser, associate editor of Power Engineering magazine, is the author of the Generating Interest blog. Tim Miser is an editor with a background in technical writing. Before joining Power Engineering magazine, he spent 10 years working for publications in the oil and gas industry. Follow Tim on
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Hybrid Power: The Relevance of Gas in an Increasingly Renewable World

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Navigating the EPA’s New Coal Combustion Regulations

New Coal Combustion Regulations released by the EPA in December 2014 wil...
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Emissions Control: Understanding your Options

There are a number of ways to integrate control technologies to maximize...
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Decommissioning: The Risks, Benefits and Liabilities

If your company is planning to retire a coal-fired power plant, you’ll n...

Power Generation Quarterly Market Update-Presented by GenerationHub

The GenerationHub analytical staff will discuss the current state of ele...

TransmissionHub Quarterly Market Update: December 2014

TransmissionHub will discuss the state of electric transmission in the U...


Optimizing Level Control to Meet New Generation Demands

Join this webcast for discussion on how the addition of non-conventional...


Modernization Solutions Improve Power System Reliability and Lower Life-cycle Costs

Even switchgear that has been well-maintained may need additional upkeep...


New Methods for Bolting Safety

This webcast will cover the latest improvements in industrial bolting te...

Nuclear Matters Blog

Sharryn Dotson
Associate Editor

Sharryn Dotson, associate editor of Nuclear Power International magazine, is the author of the Nuclear Matters blog. She has a B.A. in journalism from Wayne State University in Detroit, Mich. and previously was the Online Editor for Power Engineering. Follow Sharryn on Twitter @Sharryn_Dotson.

Answer NUCLEAR POWER International's Call for Abstracts!

Wed Feb 25 14:00:00 CST 2015

Safety, advanced reactors and policies to drive nuclear in 2015

Wed Jan 28 10:21:00 CST 2015

Execs: Collaboration is key to success of U.S. nuclear industry

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