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PE Volume 120 Issue 10

Report: U.S. Can Develop 86 GW of Offshore Wind

The U.S. Departments of Energy and the Interior published a collaborative plan to continue accelerating the development of offshore wind energy in the U.S.

POWER-GEN International 2016: The Power to Change

The greatest minds in power generation gather once a year for the world's largest forum for power professionals. 

Southern Nuclear Sets New Outage Record at Vogtle Unit 2

About halfway through the spring 2016 outage at the Alvin W. Vogtle electric generating station in eastern Georgia, workers were ahead of schedule and gaining momentum.

The Enduring Importance of Coal

Three Top Executives Discuss the Role of Coal-Fired Generation in the U.S. Energy Portfolio

Ensuring Compliance with Proven ZLD: Capitalizing on EPA Incentives

In September 2015, the Environmental Protection Agency put forward the final rule for Effluent Limitation Guidelines (ELGs), which establishes revised water discharge standards for the steam electric power generation industry.

A Combined Heat & Power Renaissance in New York City

Thomas Edison built the first electrical distribution system in 1882, delivering electricity from his Pearl Street Station in Lower Manhattan to nearby customers - and giving birth to the centralized electrical system. 

Making Nuclear Energy Greener

Today, everyone seems to be talking about CO2 and how to reduce it.

Reasons to be Excited about Hydropower’s Future

Hydropower supporters have reason to believe the future is bright for the world's oldest and most-widely used source of renewable energy.

Staying Ahead of Environmental Regulations

With continuous attention paid to greenhouse gases, natural resources, and emissions reductions, new regulations continue to be promulgated to address the environmental impacts of emissions. 

Planning for the unintended consequences of CCR/ELG

On April 17, 2015, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued the final version of the federal Coal Combustion Residual Rule (CCR Rule) to regulate the disposal of coal combustion residual (CCR) materials generated at coal-fired units. 

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