The latest issue of Power Engineering International Magazine is now online with some outstanding news and analysis of the global renewable, coal, gas and nuclear power generation industries.

In this issue Jeremy Bowden writes about how Malaysia is changing the way it generates and delivers electricity as it endeavours to cope with the demand created by economic growth.

David Appleyard looks at how the Japanese energy sector is responding to the daunting challenges it faces post-Fukushima and Jatin Sharma of GCubeexplains how the renewable power sector can exploit the potential of new, unfamiliar, emerging markets.

Meanwhile the power sector is on the verge of a gas engine boom, when state-of-the-art products outperform their turbine rivals, according to Howard Barnes of MAN Diesel & Turbo.

Frank Ewert explains how early detection with online condition monitoring can help mitigate the effects of increased thermomechanical stresses on power plant core components due to medium and peak load operation.

For these superbly informative articles and much more besides go to Power Engineering International Magazine on our website.

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