Clouds Over Power: Survival Of The Efficient
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#1 Oct 13, 2011
Good article. It points to the emissions reduction and economic benefits of improving the thermal efficiency of current power plants. There are gas turbines that get 60% thermal efficiency and even coal should be able to make 42% to 45% without even considering cogeneration. A vast imrpovement over the current average of about 33%
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#2 Oct 13, 2011
Would this 'thermal efficiency' be related to, "thermal pollution of the planet?"
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