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By Consulting Specifying Engineer Staff July 22, 2005

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July 21 , 2005
This special edition of CSE NewsWatch focusing on the Power Quality market is brought to you by the editors of Consulting-Specifying Engineer.
This Issue’s Stories

1. Consumer Energy Council Launches Fuels And Technologies Forum
2. Power Quality and Generators %%MDASSML%% Part 9: Design Criteria for Grounding
3. IEEE PES Announces Technical Program for 2005 Conference
4. UL Certifies Microturbine for Hazardous Area Placement
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1. Consumer Energy Council Launches Fuels And Technologies Forum
The Consumer Energy Council of America this week launched a forum of the nation’s energy leaders to recommend policies for the management of the nation’s energy portfolio through 2025.
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Power Quality and Generators %%MDASSML%% Part 9: Design Criteria for Grounding
This is the ninth article in a series covering basic engineering and code issues for standby generators and critical systems. This month’s column discusses the fundamentals of grounding standby generators.
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3. IEEE PES Announces Technical Program for 2005 Conference
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers’ PES Transmission and Distribution Conference & Exposition is scheduled for Oct. 9-14 in New Orleans. This year’s program consists of more than 240 technical poster sessions, nearly 30 focused technical panel sessions and much more.
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4. UL Certifies Microturbine for Hazardous Area Placement Underwriters Laboratories confirmed earlier this month that Capstone Turbine, Chatsworth, Calif., has successfully completed certification testing on its new 30-kW product specifically designed for hazardous oil and gas applications.
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