Power Engineering International magazine for June 2011 edition has been released. You can read latest news on global electric power generation and transmission industry as well as market reports, news, commentary and analysis in this issue. Here are feature articles for this month.
Fast starts and flexibility: Let the gas turbine battle commence
Flexibility is the new black. De rigueur. The must-have accessory of the season. Or so the major gas turbine manufacturers claim.
Brindisi: Enel’s large post-combustion carbon capture pilot plant
The International Energy Agency (IEA) estimates that world demand for primary energy will grow by 36 per cent through 2035, in the New Policies Scenario.
Latin America warms to gas fired power generation
South America’s GDP is increasing at twice the average rate of the rest of the world and demand for power is mirroring this growth. However, alongside this expansion, many countries in the region have pledged to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Emerging economies embrace wind power
In 2011, for the first time ever, more new wind power capacity was installed in developing countries and emerging economies than in the traditional wind markets of the OECD.
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