Tulsa, OK, Mar. 13, 2006 — Take a view from the top and gain a greater understanding of one of America’ most complex industries with the second edition of Electric Power Industry in Nontechnical Language. In the second edition of this bestseller, Denise Warkentin-Glenn presents in everyday language the nuances, history, and recent developments of the electric power industry.
The new version includes updated information on utilities, merchant plants, rural cooperatives, government entities and more. It also has new chapters covering the 2005 Energy Policy Act, environmental standards, and updates to industry mergers and acquisitions. This important edition gives a comprehensive look at our country’s most critical economic driver.
The book promises these benefits for readers:
* Impacts of new regulation
* Simple and clear explanation of generation, transmission and governance
* How cleaner fuels and new technology are transforming the industry
* The newest environmental standards
Author Denise Warkentin-Glenn has been involved in researching and writing on the electric power industry for 12 years, and formerly served as managing editor of PennWell’s Electric Light & Power and Energy Marketing magazines. In addition to Electric Power Industry in Nontechnical Language Glenn also wrote Energy Marketing Handbook: A Nontechnical Guide. She also worked for six years in marketing, sales, and communication capacities at an electric utility in Oklahoma. She resides in northeast Oklahoma with her husband and son.
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