Power Engineering, Renewable Energy World North America Announce 2015 Papers of the Year

If knowledge is power, then the written word is among the best ways to wield that power. The industries represented at Power Generation Week benefit from their mutual willingness to share information and grow understanding. For this reason, technical papers are at the heart of the conference. It is with careful consideration that PennWell’s editors chose this year’s Papers of the Year. Announced at last night’s Annual Awards Gala, the winners are:

POWER-GEN International

Update on EPA's Final Clean Power Plan to Regulate CO2 Emissions from Existing Power Plants
By Andrew C. Byers, Black & Veatch Corporation

NUCLEAR POWER International

Improving the New Nuclear Construction with SCC Technology
By Boris Haranki and Ufuk Dilek, P.E., CB&I

Renewable Energy World North America

Sustainable Load Balancing:  Integrating Distributed Natural Gas, Solar PV, and Energy Storage Assets
By Ryan Goodman and Tim Hade, ENER-G Rudox Inc.


Successful Integration of Modern Instrumentation and Controls for a Retrofit Project
By Chris Beeler, Concord Engineering Group; Kevin Dahm, DTE Energy; Robert Speranza and Fran Harkins, AECOM

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