March/April 2012 | IEEE Power & Energy Magazine
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Flexible Connections

South American countries account for a small portion of global greenhouse gas emissions (GHE)…

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By Leaps and Bounds

New wind power installations in China have doubled every year since 2004.

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From the Editor

The advent of renewable forms of energy to the electric power system provides a myriad of opportunities, coupled with an extraordinary number of challenges.

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Leader’s Corner

The elections of 2011 are over, and the new IEEE Power & Energy (PES) leadership is in place.

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Penetrating Insights

Wind power is one of the most cost-effective sources of renewable energy.

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Guest Editorial

The successful integration of renewable resources requires supportive governmental policies, favorable economics, and the proper application…

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Twixt Land and Sea

Offshore wind power is a relatively new market that has only really emerged on a commercial scale in the last decade.

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Safety in Numbers

As a global trend in clean and renewable power, wind power generation has significantly increased…

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History

The inventors and pioneers of electrical systems are well documented, but little has been written about those entrepreneurs who brought electric power within the reach of the general public.

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Awards

The IEEE Fellow Award is a special recognition for members with extraordinary accomplishments in the IEEE technical fields.

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