February 2015 - Editorial

Dear PowerPlant Chemistry readers:
You are holding in your hands the first issue of the new year. As every year, the abstracts of all the articles published in this journal in the past year are presented in this first issue. All the abstracts of the articles from 2014 – as well as older abstracts – can now be downloaded from our website.

In the past year, we have been able to present an array of interesting papers to you. Of course, due to the variety of power plant chemistry topics, not all of the papers are of equal interest to all readers. However, we try to satisfy as many readers as possible, from fossil to nuclear power generation. In 2015, just as we have for the last sixteen years, we will continue to supply our readers on every continent with the most up-to-date information on the latest developments in the power plant chemistry area. However, to achieve this goal, we need your help.

I am taking this opportunity to repeat my appeal regarding the never-ending quest for papers to publish in this journal. In particular, I would like to encourage chemists in power plants to supply more reports to our journal. Are you a person working in power plant chemistry, in this exciting technical and scientific area? We are always looking for interesting papers. Share your experience with your colleagues from other plants and take advantage of the chance to present a paper to our international readership.

I am already looking forward to your letters and e-mails announcing a future contribution to our journal.

On a different note: PowerPlant Chemistry is a sponsor of The Second Meeting of the EHF (European HRSG Forum). The conference will be taking place in Munich, Germany, on May 11–13, 2015. Mark this event in your calendar – the details of the event can be found in the announcement on page 14.

That's it for now – I hope you enjoy reading the articles!

Tapio Werder
Editor
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