Power Engineering's December 2011 BPA Statement of Circulation

The power generation industry is being asked to run its businesses smarter, cleaner, more efficiently and leaner than ever before. To meet the challenge, power industry professionals are seeking sound, useful and timely information on topics such as O&M best practices and techniques; emission control technology; and business prospects related to power plant engineering, project management, operations and maintenance.

For 116 years, Power Engineering magazine has held the trust of power generation industry professionals as a reliable source to deliver useful, relevant and practical information. That history of trust is one reason why 70,090 industry professionals now personally request that Power Engineering magazine be on their desk every month. Those readers represent not only the largest circulation in Power Engineering magazine's history. They also make up the largest readership of any magazine in the power generation industry.

Please feel free to review our December 2011 BPA statement of circulation. We hope you find this information useful as you decide how to spend your advertising dollars in the most efficient and effective way.

Click here to read the BPA statement of circulation (PDF).

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