Corporate Capabilities Special Advertising Section
POWER magazine is offering the unique opportunity for all July issue full page advertisers to take part in a special Corporate Capabilities digital issue at no additional cost. You get the opportunity to put together a 1⁄2 page corporate capabilities profile for your company. This is a great way to get tremendous print advertising presence in our July issue AND company exposure in a digital format. In your corporate capabilities profile you can provide further detail on your current products/services/ offerings, future company direction, technical expertise, market understanding, staff, resources, performance, and anything else that you would like to highlight to potential customers. This special digital issue will be emailed out to more than 20,000 decision makers in POWER’s audience. All advertisings will be included in the Value Added Signet AdStudy. LEARN MORE.

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EQUIPMENT SHOWCASE
Construction Equipment
New this year: POWER is featuring a different power-related equipment category in selected issues. This month construction equipment will be the focus. If your company would like to submit a piece of equipment to be considered for free inclusion in the section, send a 150-word write-up to editor@powermag.com with details about the company and product, include a high-resolution image of the company’s logo and the words “July Equipment Showcase” in the subject line.

COVER Focus: POWER Awards

Plant of the Year
Watts Bar Unit 2 was the first nuclear power plant added to the U.S. fleet in 20 years. Its construction was illustrious for all the wrong reasons and it didn’t begin commercial operation without glitches, but the unit has performed very well recently. The Tennessee Valley Authority’s perseverance and resolve to bring the storied unit across the finish line make it a worthy Plant of the Year choice.

Reinvention Award
El Nahda Industries Co. set a goal to reduce combustion emissions from the coal-fired plant that powers its cement factory in Qena, Egypt. To do so, the company turned to alternative fuels. Now, about 20% of the plant’s previous coal requirements have been displaced by biomass pellets. The project is recognized for the accomplishment with POWER’s Reinvention Award.

Water Award
The Mirfa Independent Water and Power Plant project integrated old and new equipment to produce a 1,600-MW power station and a 52.5-million-gallon-per-day seawater desalination plant. The facility can supply 10% of Abu Dhabi’s power requirements at peak capacity and more than 5% of the emirate’s water needs, making it a sound pick for POWER’s Water Award.

Smart Grid Award
The New York Power Authority’s Integrated Smart Operations Center acts as a centralized brain, managing information flow, and utilizing predictive analytics and machine learning to optimize asset performance. It analyzes real-time generation and transmission network data, identifying potential problems before they cause service outages. The innovative facility is POWER’s Smart Grid Award winner. 

Commercial & Industrial Generation Award
OWC believes environmental stewardship is important. It is using wind and solar power, in addition to geothermal heating and cooling, to sustainably supply its headquarters in Woodstock, Illinois, and a facility in Austin, Texas. The effort earned the company POWER’s C&I Generation Award.

Distributed Energy Award
The McHenry Storage Project was EDF Group’s first North American battery storage project. The system—located in McHenry County, Illinois—added 40 MW of flexible capacity (20-MW nameplate) that is able to participate in the PJM Interconnection’s regulation and capacity markets. The project is POWER’s inaugural Distributed Energy Award winner.

FEATURES

Trends and Obstacles in the Power Industry Workforce
Baby boomers are retiring, unemployment is low, skilled craft workers are in short supply, and human resources in the workforce are a growing issue for power industry management.

Floating Solar Panel Market Outlook
Floating solar panel technology has been gaining traction as a favorable and cost-effective alternative to land-based photovoltaic systems. Thriving on the cusp of a massive inclination toward renewable energy adoption, the floating solar panels market stands as one of the highest-potential verticals in the go-green landscape. 

Innovative Narrowband Solution for SCADA Communications
Great River Energy rolled out an extensive 700-MHz point-to-multipoint communications project within its 56,000-square-mile service area. Using high order modulation, combined with full-duplex, multiple-input-multiple-output communications, the technology effectively doubles data capacity in narrowband channels to support supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) requirements across the network. 

Human Factors in Safety: How Do Stress and Fatigue Affect Work?
Ergonomics—human-factors engineering—should be considered in all workplace improvement efforts. Feeling safe and staying clear of injuries can immensely contribute toward increased productivity by reducing the stress placed on personnel. Moreover, having the right tools and regular breaks during a workday can significantly reduce errors and increase efficiency, thus benefitting not only the individual but also the organization. 

Single-Shaft Combined Cycle Option Delivers Flexibility in Limited Space
A single-shaft design—where the gas turbine, steam turbine, and generator are all arranged on a single shaft—offers a unique solution to match certain operators’ needs. A synchronous self-shifting (SSS) clutch is installed between the generator and the steam turbine as part of the basic design.

Innovative Tool Monitors for Damaging Impacts and Vibration
The safe transportation of transformers, gas turbines, generators, and other electrical equipment is a vital component to suppliers’ current business and future growth. Equipment is often exposed to impact and vibrations during transport, which must be closely examined. Damage, some of which can’t be seen by the naked eye, can lead to pricey returns and repairs. 

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