Power Engineering magazine for July 2012 edition has been released. You can read latest news on power generation industry including electric utilities, industrial power plants, independent power producers, co-generators, and the engineering design in this edition. Here are feature articles for this month.
Coal Executive Roundtable
Executives examine the future of coal-fired generation in our annual roundtable discussion.
System Upgrades to Meet EPA Regulations
Senior editor Brian Wheeler details the improvements in boiler efficiency, availability and reliability.
Technologies to Improve Gas Turbine Efficiency
Online Editor Sharryn Dotson tells us how to yield more output from gas-fired generation.
Natural Gas & Coal Square Off
Associate Editor Lindsay Morris examines the advantages and disadvantages of coal and natural gas.
Where Does the Water Go?
Contributing Editor Brad Buecker shows us how to calculate water needs and water discharges.
Improving Productivity and Accuracies While Reducing Downtime
Today’s intelligent devices offer more information and reduce unscheduled downtime.
Powering On With or Without the PTC
Will the Production Tax Credit for wind power be extended? Learn what the experts had to say at WindPower 2012.
Seismic Instrumentation at Nuclear Power Plants
What kind of instrumentation system is needed to evaluate the effects of an earthquake at a nuclear plant? EPRI explains.
Natural Gas Key to a Renewable-Energy Future
Learn about the challenges and opportunities that come with gas-turbine backup for renewable power.
Geographic Eligibility: USA, Canada, Mexico, Selected International
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Power Engineering is a monthly engineering and applications magazine that serves the North American power generation industry including electric utilities, industrial power plants, independent power producers, co-generators, and the engineering design and construction firms serving this industry.