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ELP Volume 82 Issue 7
New natural gas-fired power plants-those operational in the post-2000 period-will start to show significant recovery in valuations over the next two to three years in most U.S. markets.
EL&P's choice for 2004 Utility of the Year (see page 12) is a unique one, not only in its structure, but in its commitment to customer service, technology and philanthropy.
Grid planning and operating decisions rely on simulations of the dynamic behavior of the power system. Both technical and commercial segments of the industry must be confident ...
2003 operating performance rankings show dip in nuclear, effects of environmental controls on coal-fired
A slight dip in nuclear generation, the effects of environmental controls on coal-fired generation and a continuing increase in combined cycle capacity are among the trends of note in EL&P's most recent operating performance rankings.
With the bulk of Baby Boomers reaching 65 by 2010, who in today's leaner workforce is being groomed to lead tomorrow's companies?
On July 30, 2002, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (more commonly known as Sarbanes-Oxley or SOX) was signed into law.
Most electric utilities and membership cooperatives have departments dedicated to handling line clearance responsibilities, but it became clear after the August 2003 blackout...
Coal is no longer a dirty word. Prior to 2002, natural gas-fired combined-cycle power plants represented the power plant of choice for both utilities and independent power producers in the U.S., while coal-fired plants, though always reliable stand-bys, were far from being favorites.
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