Published: Jun 2003
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THE POWER GENERATION INDUSTRY IS CURRENTLY UNDERGOING the most radical changes it has seen in its relatively short history. The very conservative, slow moving industry dominated by state utilities has, in the last ten years, seen a major transition for both political and commercial reasons. Many areas of what used to be a highly regulated market have become very competitive with the privatization of large, government-owned power generators and a developing global energy market [1,2].
Marketing and Technical Manager, Great Lakes Chemical Corporation, Performance Additives and Fluids, Manchester,