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U.S. Biomass Power, Dampened by Market Forces, Fights to Stay Ablaze

Though experts say biomass should continue to play a key role in the U.S. renewable power portfolio for its baseload properties, contributions to forest management, and other reasons, a swathe…


Winning the Cooling Tower Trifecta: Controlling Corrosion, Scale, and Microbiological Fouling

In cooling water chemistry for power plants, it is not enough to control one or two of the major chemistry issues. Successful treatment requires simultaneous control of corrosion, scale, and…


Leveraging Fuel Flexibility for Coal Power Plant Survival

Improving fuel flexibility at coal power plants is typically considered a way to reduce generating costs and increase reliability. But in the uncertain regulatory and economic future of power generation,…