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Power/energy: EPRI looks inward, and ahead: The electric power research institute's senior staff, in a candid session, probes its programs and progress

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The Electric Power Research Institute's senior staff convened at its Palo Alto headquarters to review progress and problems of the utility industry, with specific emphasis on its own programs. The four-hour conference yielded a 153-page transcript, a portion of which was published in the EPRI Journal for Jan./Feb. 1978. The present article represents selected highlights of the conference.

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Spectrum, IEEE  (Volume:15 ,  Issue: 2 )