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15 Digitalization Game Changers in Power, Chemical Processing

Credit to Author: Sonal Patel| Date: Wed, 26 Feb 2020 16:09:24 +0000

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Each year, the Connected Plant Conference, presented by POWER and Chemical Engineering, recognizes people who are in the front line of implementing digital technologies in the power and chemical process industries. This year, we congratulate the following winners of the “Game Changer” awards, who will be honored at the Connected Plant Conference in Atlanta, Georgia, […]

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Why Do People Choose Careers in Engineering? [PODCAST]

Credit to Author: Aaron Larson| Date: Wed, 12 Feb 2020 09:44:16 +0000

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Do you want to solve important problems, contribute to society, and help people? Well, then, you may want to become an engineer. At least that’s why some successful engineers have said they entered and persist in the occupation, according to a recent study published by DiscoverE, an engineering outreach organization based in Alexandria, Virginia. The […]

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Distress and Deals Continue to Persist in Energy Sector

Credit to Author: Aaron Larson| Date: Mon, 07 Oct 2019 20:11:59 +0000

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At the end of last year, the power market began to lose steam. The credit market wasn’t as strong as it was at the start of the year and many people began speculating “doom and gloom” for the market. However, over the last few months, the power market has picked up and is beginning to […]

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It’s now battle of court orders in fight for Iloilo power distribution

It’s now battle of court orders in fight for Iloilo power disrtribution

ILOILO CITY ––It’s a battle of court decisions between two companies fighting over the distribution of electricity here and areas in Panay Island after one of the companies, owned by port tycoon Enrique Razon, was allowed by a court here to seize assets of Panay Electric Co (Peco), the power utility servicing the city since […]

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Cusi stops P8/kwh power rate in poor areas planned by Napocor

Cusi stops P8/kwh power rate in poor areas planned by Napocor

Energy Secretary Alfonso G. Cusi had stopped a planned increase in power generation charge  that would bring power rates in some of the country’s remotest and poorest areas to more than P8 per kilowatt hour. In a statement, Cusi ordered the Napocor to put the plan on hold. Cusi, instead, asked the Napocor to find ways […]

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Bayan Muna solon wary SC rule on power supply bid may be undermined

Bayan Muna solon wary SC rule on power supply bid may be undermined

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – While he welcomed the Supreme Court ruling requiring distribution utilities to bid out their power supply agreements (PSA), a Mindanao lawmaker told the High Court that bidding procedures being used by Manila Electric Co. could undermine the Department of Energy (DOE)’s mandate to supervise the country’s power bidding process. Rep. […]

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