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PE Volume 120 Issue 12

Chinese Firms Plan to Build Solar Facility

Two Chinese firms have announced plans to build a solar power facility within the irradiated exclusion zone surrounding the former Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine.

Effluent Limitation Guidelines

On Nov. 3, 2015 the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released a new set of Effluent Limitation Guidelines (ELGs) the first update to the Clean Water Act rules in over 30 years as they relate to Steam Electric Power Plants.

Realizing Power Plants of the Future through Instrumentation and Controls

Real-world image of the Hybrid Performance (Hyper) Facility at the National Energy Technology Laboratory. 

Critical HRSG

Combined-cycle power plants continue to be the primary replacement for the many coal-fired plants that have been or soon will be retired. 

Power Plant Performance in 2015

Natural Gas Use Climbs in U.S. as Power Producers Switch Fuels

Petra Nova

World's Largest Post-combustion Carbon Capture Project Nearing Completion


Emissions Monitoring AMETEK Land, the leading industrial combustion efficiency and environmental pollution emissions monitoring specialist, announces a number of enhancements to its Lancom 4 Portable Gas Analyser to improve usability and provide attractive features as...

All Hail the Maintainers

The iPhone 7, the Tesla Model 3, the latest 4G organic light emitting diode (OLED) television. 

Trump Doesn’t Mean the End of Renewables

We may as well address the elephant in the room in this first issue produced after the election - what's going to happen to renewable energy under President Donald Trump?

How Cybersecurity Is Evolving to Protect Our Energy Grid

The United States' approach to cyber security for its critical industrial infrastructure and control systems has been a mixture of voluntary guidelines and standards, combined with regulated congressionally-mandated standards. 


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