BCP Engineers & Consultants supports the NEI 2019 Cyber Security Implementation Workshop. Feel free to stop by the BCP Booth #3. In addition, if you stop by our booth, and both Bill and Henry are happy to talk about how BCP can help you find cost effective solutions to your Cyber Security issues. For more […]
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has a number of proposed regulations; however, two in particular will present significant R&D opportunities for a number of utilities. With the addition of these two proposed rules, a number of electric generation facilities will be required to perform research to determine the best available technology (BAT) and/or combination of […]
When utilizing the services of “contract” engineering and consulting firms such as BCP, it is important to know how the process works and where most problems occur during the process in order for you to reap the best benefits of the service. In most cases, BCP is able to provide experienced engineering and technical support […]
Greg Lormand discusses the R&D tax credit extension and teh GAO’s findings report on tax credit improvement. He explains the pros and cons of proposed provisions as well as what it means for industry and businesses who currently take advantage of these credits.
Background After a few years of operation, many plants experience difficulty in pulling (or retracting) the thimbles back to allow for the fuel shuffle and reload. When this problem is caused by debris falling into the bore of the thimble conduits (or guide tubes), BCP’s process of conduit cleaning draws the debris away from the […]
Some may have heard BCP has turned to technology to solve one of our customers’ greatest project problems – risk. The single greatest issue that faces project managers is the lack of proper planning and missing some issues that could have been pro-actively addressed using our techniques. When planning major equipment modifications and replacements, there […]