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EPA

News Analysis

Experts debate whether Bush's Clear Skies plan on power plant emissions clears the way for better emissions technologies.
Jennifer Alvey is associate editor at Public Utilities Fortnightly.

News Analysis

 

Revisiting California

Market power after two years.
Robert McCullough

 

Nuclear and Coal: Rebirth on the Horizon?

An analysis of the business opportunities behind coal and nuclear plant expansion.
Mark Hand

 

An analysis of the business opportunities behind coal and nuclear plant expansion.

Electric power industry trade publications and the popular media have noted a growing interest in the rebirth of both nuclear power and coal-fired generation. These technologies would be a supplement to, or an alternative to, the natural gas fired generation that appears to be the predominant fuel and technology for new power generation facilities in the coming decade.

Frontlines

Utilities face huge costs of complying with new EPA standards.
Richard Stavros

Frontlines

The Brink of Ruin?

 

 

Declaring Emergencies in California: The Realities of ISO Operation

An independent system operator's view on the energy crisis and the realities of maintaining reliability.
Ziad Alaywan

Declaring Emergencies in California: The Realities of ISO Operation

 

People

News Digest (July 15, 2001)

Bruce W. Radford, Carl J. Levesque, Phillip S. Cross, Lori A. Burkhart

Compiled June 21, 2001 by Bruce W. Radford, editor-in-chief, from contributions as noted from Carl J. Levesque, associate editor, and Phillip S. Cross and Lori A. Burkhart, contributing legal editors.

Perspective

We've been dumping the cost on utilities, but ground is shifting.
Susan B. Kaplan

CO2 Does Not Pollute: But Kyoto's Demise Won't End Debate

A gas industry leader says Bush got it right, yet admits the worth of carbon abatement.
Henry R. Linden

 

News Analysis

The lawyers debated over ozone and soot, but the markets saw NOx as the "smoking gun."
Carl J. Levesque

 

News Analysis

 



 

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