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ELP Volume 91 Issue 5
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) finalized standards in December 2011 that set higher limits on emissions of hazardous air pollutants from existing and new coal-and oil-fired electric generation resources.
College football's big-time programs have as much at stake as any other billion-dollar enterprise; and the associated scandals demonstrate a culture of playing fast and loose with rules and regulations.
Smart distribution is a fully controllable and flexible distribution system with embedded intelligence from substation to meter. It enables the distribution system to be a self-healing and optimized grid.
After years of being poised for rapid growth, the opportunities for concentrated solar power (CSP) are multiplying fast.
The tale of cooling towers: regulations drive fossil plant design, water management system innovation
While industrialization and population growth create a greater need for electricity, power-generating technologies increase fuel efficiency and flexibility and reduce air and water emissions.
Attracting, training and retaining the most talented individuals for leadership positions in the electrical and electricity industries is paramount to driving innovation and profitability.
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