Power Generation


Power plants are industrial facilities that generate electricity from primary energy sources, such as coal, natural gas, nuclear, solar, or wind energy. Most power plants use generators that convert mechanical energy into electrical energy. The exception is solar power plants that use photovoltaic cells (instead of a turbine) to generate electricity.

Articles about Power Generation

Meeting the Challenge of Hydrogen

As the world works to develop strategies and technology for a changing and increasingly decarbonized energy landscape, Emerson recognizes the integral role flow…

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