Driver, James 2010-06-10

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James Driver, an electric power engineer, grew up in Texas and raised his family there. This interview explores his interest in wind generation plants and how to improve them.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: James Driver

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Date: June 10, 2010

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Andy Wilkinson

Length: 01:18:24


Background; Grew up in Kirkland, Texas; Reasons for getting into electric power; Graduated from West Texas A&M; New innovations; New generation plants; New engines in wind generators; Other forms of generation; Other opinions; Coal plants today; Air pollution; Location; Regulation; Money driven; Approval; New project; Building a new plant; Using less water for generation plant; Conventional generation; Concerns; Development; Energy policy in the U.S.; Wind power; Taxable values; New technology; Commercial value; Other; Harvesting; Ranching.

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Transcript: Transcript available on Dspace

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