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POWER has been known as a magazine for many years but today it is so much more than that; it’s a trusted brand that includes publications, trade events & conferences, and electronic media. In all its formats, POWER provides the most important business operations and legal and regulatory news, as well as operations and maintenance information, for the power generation industry. Through POWER, industry professionals learn about best practices, safety issues, improved productivity, and more. POWER is the “go-to” resource with print, online, e-newsletters, videos, webinars, and conference offerings.
POWER is the one brand that addresses all generation and related technologies and fuels across North America and around the world, providing insight into this increasingly complex industry. Established in 1882, it is dedicated to providing its global audience with exclusive analysis of the latest trends, best practices, and power generation and related projects through several platforms, including print, digital, and in person. POWER equips generation professionals and those who support them with the resources they need to make informed decisions that power the future. Subscribe or manage your subscription today.
POWER Editorial Staff
Dorothy Lozowski is the Editorial Director for Chemical Engineering and POWER magazines. She has been an editor since 2005. Prior to that, she worked for AkzoNobel in both research and development facilities, and production environments in several countries, including five years in the Netherlands. Her positions included project manager, technical development manager, and research engineer. Much of her work was in the specialty and polymer chemical areas. Dorothy holds M.S.Ch.E. and B.S.Ch.E. degrees from the State University of New York at Buffalo.
Aaron Larson joined the POWER team in September 2013 as an associate editor and was named executive editor in 2017. Aaron has a bachelor’s degree in nuclear engineering technology and a master’s degree, specializing in finance. He spent 13 years in the U.S. Navy nuclear power program, advancing to Chief Petty Officer. He has worked at commercial nuclear, biomass, and coal-fired power plants, functioning in operations, maintenance, safety, financial, and management capacities. Aaron holds a Chief A Engineer boiler operator license in the state of Minnesota. Follow Aaron on Twitter @AaronL_Power.
Senior Associate Editor
A national award–winning multimedia journalist, Sonal Patel has covered a wide range of technology, business, and policy issues affecting the power industry worldwide for POWER and its sister publications since 2008. Along with keeping her eye on national and international matters for POWER magazine’s monthly department Global Monitor, she contributes in-depth analysis and spot news pieces for POWER and POWERnews. She also surveys, crunches, and visualizes power generation data and trends from around the world for POWER’s web and print infographics and other multimedia. She is a graduate of the University of Houston. Follow Sonal on Twitter @Sonalcpatel.
Darrell Proctor joined POWER in 2017. He has years of experience in the energy and publishing industries, including as a writer, editor and energy data analyst for Ponderosa Advisors and Bentek Energy (S&P Global/Platts). He has written numerous reports and white papers on power demand, particularly from industrial facilities, as well as natural gas and crude oil exploration and trading. He also has written about transportation of commodities, particularly coal, crude oil and natural gas, and the operation of crude oil refineries. He was an assistant business editor and assistant news editor as well as Technology Editor for the Rocky Mountain News in Colorado, and also was a senior editor at the St. Petersburg Times in Florida. He is a graduate of Franklin College of Indiana. Follow Darrell on Twitter @DarrellProctor1.
Kennedy Maize is a long-time energy journalist and frequent contributor to POWER. He joined the POWER staff as a senior editor in 2006. He was founding editor of The Electricity Daily for 13 years prior to that, and a writer and editor for The Energy Daily for more than a decade. He has also served in senior staff positions at the National Institutes of Health, the American Public Power Association, Friends of the Earth, and the Union of Concerned Scientists.
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COAL POWER Direct
An e-newsletter updating professionals in the coal-fired power generation market with abstracts of the latest coal-related content posted on the POWERmag.com site. Get this monthly heads-up today. Subscribe
GAS POWER Direct
GAS POWER Direct is a monthly e-newsletter that delivers the latest news and technology about the gas-fired generation market to subscribers around the world. Get the next issue of GAS POWER Direct delivered to your in-box.
The Careers-in-POWER job board on powermag.com allows visitors to post resumes anonymously, view the latest job positions, post job listings, and set up personal job alerts. Job seekers can access positions available to engineers, operations and maintenance managers, and corporate and general managers at coal, nuclear, combined-cycle, and renewable power plants. Employers and recruiters can attract highly qualified candidates by posting open positions on the Careers-in-POWER job board.
Each year we offer a variety of webinars designed to inform the power generation industry about cutting-edge technologies, best practices, and burning issues. See the home page for announcements about upcoming webinars and the Webinar tab on the home page to access archived webinars. Check scheduled and on-demand webcasts.»
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Conferences & Exhibitions
The Connected Plant Conference, hosted by POWER magazine, is the only event exclusively for the power generation industry focused on the latest monitoring, diagnostic, analytic, and decision-support technologies. This event is intended to give you everything you need to get a firm grasp on this new digital operating environment. Learn more »
The PRB Coal Users’ Group annual meeting for generating companies using or considering the utilization of sub-bituminous Powder River Basin coal is held in conjunction with ELECTRIC POWER each year. Topics include handling/storage, combustion, environment issues and fire protection.
Plant Management Institute (PMI) is co-located with ELECTRIC POWER and is a network of electric power industry leaders dedicated to creating a forum and peer support network for knowledge transfer among the industry’s plant management.
LDC Gas Forums– The LDC Gas Forums is the premier event where the Natural Gas Industry meets and is comprised of 5 regional conferences held annually. The conferences are highly regarded by the industry for their excellent content and also as the premier networking event for bringing together buyers and sellers in the natural gas marketplace. The conferences cover issues affecting all aspects of the natural gas marketplace, including sources of supply, utilization of storage, infrastructure projects, LNG opportunities, hedge fund analysis and supply constraints.