Drax is ahead of schedule regarding efficiency and carbon emissions goals.
RiskWatch, Inc. has been working with various U.S. government agencies to create a special version of the RiskWatch software to assess the cybersecurity of nuclear power systems.
As part of an expanding effort to address the critical link between energy and water, the US Department of Energy (DOE) has selected seven projects aimed at reducing the amount of freshwater needed by coal-fired power plants.
Emerson Process Management announced that Xcel Energy has installed its SmartProcess® Fleet Emissions Optimizer module to optimize SO2 emissions at three Denver-area power generation facilities.
Associate Editor Steve Blankinship provides an update on coal-fired power generation in this article from the June 2003 issue of Power Engineering.
NeuCo Inc. has announced a cooperation agreement with Applied Synergistics, Inc. (ASI), a provider of products and services that improve the performance of boiler cleaning, ash handling and combustion in coal fired utility boilers.
Users evaluating microturbine generators and systems now have real-time Internet access to real-world-simulated test stand data.
GE Power Systems announced today that it will fully acquire Praxis Engineers Inc., a market leader in coal-fired plant optimization software solutions.
Pavilion Technologies, Inc. has announced a new software application that it believes will help energy companies improve the performance of selective catalytic reduction systems.
Milltronics` new high performance, low cost, non-contacting IQ Radar 160 detects liquid and slurry levels in tanks. IQ Radar 160 measures up to 33 ft with +/- 0.3 percent accuracy under extreme operating conditions up to 390 F and 230 psi.