US smaller power generators favour gas

December 1993
Modern Power Systems;Dec93, Vol. 13 Issue 12, p11
Reports that utilities in the United States are continuing to boost their installed capacities with a rash of new gas turbine power plants. LS Power Corp.'s order of two gas fired power plants; Supply of two gas turbines to North Carolina Eastern Municipal Power Agency by Westinghouse; Destec Energy Inc.'s plan of two cogeneration plants.


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