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PE Volume 120 Issue 7

Industry Watch

Increases in environmental regulations and fuel prices evolved the muscle cars of the 1970s into today's hybrid automobiles.

GE’s Perspective on the ELGs

In late 2015, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released new Effluent Limitation Guidelines (ELGs) aimed at reducing, or eliminating, toxic metals and other pollutants from entering surface waters from steam electric power plants.

GE Power Unveils Digital Power Plant for Steam

GE unveiled its Digital Power Plant for Steam at the Minds + Machines event in Paris, France in June.

Maximizing Gas Turbine and Combined Cycle Capacities and Ratings

Ratings, capacity payments anddispatch rankings of gas turbine and combined cycle units are often determined by periodic maximum capacity demonstration tests.

Addressing Plant Obsolescence with Digital Instrumentation and Control Systems

As utilities across the country begin making decisions about pursuing a second license renewal for their nuclear power facilities, an important consideration is the component and system maintenance and upgrades necessary to ensure sustained reliable and efficient operations.

Materials Matter: The Advanced Ultrasupercritical Boiler Consortium

Energy demand across the world continues to rise.

Taller Towers and Better Blades: The Cutting-Edge Technologies in Modern Wind Turbines

You won't be surprised to read that Iowa is big farm country.

Natural Gas: The New Face of U.S. Power Generation

Sharp spikes in natural gas prices appear to be a thing of the distant past.

Sometimes a Demo Job isn’t a Demo Job

Demolition lets you start over at your site, but frequently circumstances limit a utility owner's ability to demolish their aging generation asset.

Canyon Questions

What comes to mind when you hear "Aliso Canyon"?


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