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Beware of Hissing Feedwater Heaters That Can Bite Your Bottom Line

Small problems can lead to large impacts on a long-term basis. Heat rate surveys, improved instrumentation, and utilizing real-time monitoring and diagnostics can help recover plant efficiency and save ...


Essential Prep and Closeout of Demolition Projects—What Power Plant Owners Need to Know

Industrial demolition projects of any scale are complex undertakings that require much more than just knocking things down and cleaning them up. Quite the opposite, in fact. Demolition, including of a ...


Understanding—and Planning—for Regulatory Challenges to Offshore Wind

Offshore wind projects have been bolstered by federal and state initiatives that support the technology to achieve emissions-reduction goals. However, development and grid integration of these ...


Leveraging Digital Confined Space Technologies to Mitigate the Growing Labor Shortage

It’s becoming harder and harder for managers to find the skilled labor needed to operate and maintain power plants. That’s why utilizing technology to enhance safety and efficiency is so important. ...


Carbon Management Tax Policies Are Required to Achieve Net-Zero by 2050

President Biden signed the bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) into law late last year, cementing his administration’s support for carbon management technologies and their essential ...


Plant of the Year

Previous winners 2022: Wudongde Project Takes Hydro to New Heights 2021: Technology Triumph: Track 4A Is POWER’s Plant of the Year 2020: T-Point 2 Is a Proving Ground for Gas Turbine Advancements 2019: Egypt Megaproject: An Expedited Power Transformation 2018: Commitment, Teamwork, and ...