It’s a new year, and we’re looking for new stories in 2019.
Power Engineering has released its annual editorial calendar. The range is wide and deep, from wastewater and power plant security to boilers, clean coal technologies and gas-peaker plants, just to name a few among approximately 40 topics.
The stories written by industry insiders—whether they are engineers, IT, OT, project team leaders or executives—are among the most-read pieces put out on power-eng.com. Some of 2018’s best-read stories include technical work on cooling tower heat transfer, optimizing gas-fired generation with energy storage and on-site power.
We encourage stories either written by utilities about their projects or case studies involving power providers. The stories we seek roughly parallel the kind of topics that are presented at the annual POWER-GEN International Conference, which was held earlier this month in Orlando and will be in New Orleans next November.
Power Engineering, like the POWER-GEN conference, is not an advocate for one kind of energy or technology over another. We want to hear and read about the best practices in all of them, whether it’s coal, gas-fired, renewables, nuclear and on-site generation.
Take a look at the editorial calendar and contact content manager Rod Walton for more information. And, remember, the list is a guideline and we’re always open to a good industry story about any topic, anytime.
(Rod Walton can be reached at 918-831-9177 and [email protected]).