Special Section: Natural Gas - Electric Power


The role of natural gas for electricity generation is expanding, as utilities take advantage of  the low cost and lower emissions of natural gas, as well as the ability of natural-gas-based systems to provide on-demand power during  periods of peak consumption.

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Jared Ciferno

Jared Ciferno is the Technology Manager of the Existing Plants Research Program at the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Energy Technology Laboratory. He is responsible for managing more than 40 projects related to advanced carbon dioxide capture technologies and power plant water management technologies for new and existing fossil fuel power plants. His experience encompasses a broad spectrum of technology areas including: fossil fuel electric power generation; advanced gas separation processes; coal conversion processes; engineering model simulation and techno-economic/systems...Read more

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