The June 2013 issue of Power Engineering International will take a special look at high-voltage direct current (HVDC) transmission. Other articles cover mercury emissions issue, keeping the noise down in power station and more.
Where to get the biggest bang for your green buck
It has been ten years since business analysts at Ernst & Young (EY) started compiling their annual Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index (RECAI), a report that just does what it says – calculates which countries have the most to offer financiers in return for their investment.
Addressing the mercury emissions issue
Recent initiatives to reduce global mercury emissions from power plants were addressed by governments participating in the United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP).
Keeping the noise down
Anyone who has set foot inside a power station will be aware of what noisy places they are. Boilers, gas turbines, pumps, stationary engines – each element contributes to the general din.
Cutting the carbon tax bill
Achieving the upmost resource recovery is part of the way A.J. Bush & Sons, from Beaudesert in Australia’s southern Queensland, says it stays competitive.
Geographic Eligibility: USA, Canada, Mexico, Selected International
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