|Other author/creator||Samaras, Constantine.|
|Other author/creator||Rand Environment, Energy, and Economic Development (Program)|
|Other author/creator||National Energy Technology Laboratory (U.S.)|
|Other author/creator||Rand Corporation.|
||Characterizing the United States industrial base for coal-powered electricity
||RAND Corporation monograph series
Rand Corporation monograph series. ^A1010738
||Introduction -- The role of coal-fired power in the U.S. electricity sector -- Coal-fired power plant designs, systems, and components -- Market structure -- Workforce -- Observations and remaining questions.
||"This monograph addresses the concern about whether the industrial base for the U.S. domestic coal-based electricity-generation industry can maintain the capability to design, construct, operate, and maintain coal-fired EGUs within reasonable cost, schedule, performance, environmental, and quality expectations. By first describing the capability that is inherent in the existing coal-fired fleet, this monograph takes a first step toward addressing the larger policy questions of how to develop, deploy, and maintain an advanced, low-carbon electricity-generation industry capability into the future." --P. 4 of cover.
|General note||"Sponsored by the National Energy Technology Laboratory."|
|General note||"Rand Environment, Energy, and Economic Development."|
|General note||Order number: MG-1147-NETL|
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references (p. 115-125).|
|Access restriction||Available only to authorized users.|
|Other forms||Also available online.|
|Technical details||Mode of access: World Wide Web|