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Industrial Information Resources | Date: 2014-09-24

Printed publications, namely high resolution wall maps containing information on industrial plants, industrial construction projects, spending trends and analyses for the industrial market place.


Burt B.,Industrial Information Resources | Mullins S.,Industrial Information Resources
Power | Year: 2010

In 2010, investment in wind power continued to accelerate, particularly in California and Texas. California also entered several solar projects in the race for financing. Renewable power developers and their partners are racing to meet the 12/31/2010 deadline to qualify for federal cash grants. A discussion covers qualifications for the Section 1603 Cash Grants, established as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009; renewable energy projects scheduled to kick off in 2010; concentrated solar power as the leading type of renewable energy project scheduled to break ground in California during 2010; wind power projects; developments in geothermal and photovoltaic projects; cost issues; and investment trends. Source


Burt B.,Industrial Information Resources | Mullins S.,Industrial Information Resources
Power | Year: 2010

Utilities are spending billions of dollars on nuclear plant uprate projects, and Southern Co has been offered $8.3 billion in federal loan guarantees to build Vogtle Units 3 and 4. Meanwhile, other nuclear developers have slashed preconstruction spending as the cost of the nuclear renaissance becomes evident. A discussion on the US nuclear renaissance covers the promise of delivering tens of billions of dollars in equipment purchases and construction and after-market services work; concerns over climate change; steps taken to position the nuclear industry for future growth; certification of standardized reactor designs; cost issues; risks and delays concerns; comparison of nuclear power with natural gas-fired plants and coal-fired generators; and list of uprate projects approved or under consideration. Source


Burt B.,Industrial Information Resources | Mullins S.,Industrial Information Resources
Power | Year: 2010

US natural gas power development continued at a healthy pace during the first half of 2010. During 2010, construction continued on > 13,000 Mw of US gas-fired generation that had broken ground during 2007-2009. Construction will finish on several hundred megawatts of those projects during the second half of 2010. Although 2010 is not expected to be a banner year for the construction of gas-fired generating capacity in the US, this year compares favorably with gas power construction starts in 2005, 2006, and 2007. Several factors drove this year's developments. Natural gas for electricity generation continues to be reasonably priced - in the $3-4 per million Btu price range for much of the past 12 mo. Lower capital costs and faster construction times continued to work to the benefit of gas-fired power developers. Each installed kilowatt of gas-fired generating capacity costs about $750-1000. Wind power, by contrast, costs about twice that, and coal is at least three times that. On average, siting and building a new combined-cycle gas generator takes 18-24 mo; siting and constructing a new coal-fired generator, by contrast, takes a minimum of 3-4 yr and requires a very high tolerance for the risks associated with pending environmental legislation. Development of gas-fired generation in the US also benefited from increased regulatory and legislative efforts to limit emissions of CO2, mercury, and oxides of sulfur and nitrogen. Several energy and climate change bills were also introduced in Congress in 2010. Source


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Industrial Information Resources | Date: 2014-03-31

printed publications,namely maps and other information concerning industrial plant locations, construction and engineering project locations.

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