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Technical competence, engineering leadership and electric power

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It is argued that an antitechnical bias exists in connection with the development of electric power policy. A number of corrective steps are proposed. They are: working to change the present procedures; encouraging more engineers to recognize their responsibilities and to speak out; recognizing that there is some justification for the biases against engineers; developing ways to get through to and influence the public, the government, and industry decision-makers with the needed technical information; developing significant communication skills; strengthening engineering faculty role models and leadership; and revising engineering curricula.<>

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Power Engineering Review, IEEE  (Volume:12 ,  Issue: 3 )

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March 1992

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