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IIR in the Power Magazine U.S. Coal-Fired Power Development: Down But Not Out
Environmentalists renewed their attacks on coal-fired power development in 2010. The EPA enacted or proposed several costly rules for coal power. Congress dithered on carbon. Through it all, coal-fired power developers took the blows, knowing that the lights cannot stay on without coal. Like the title character in Rocky, coal developers kept on punching, despite their exhaustion.

U.S. Gas-Fired Power Development: Last Man Standing
In 2010, U.S. wind power development has slowed, coal-fired power development remained stalled, and the much-awaited renaissance of nuclear power took a few tentative steps forward. That left natural gas power development as the last man standing.
IIR in the Power Magazine
Articles by Britt Burt and Shane Mullins, Industrial Info Resources

Word is Getting Around

IIR Fort Bend Business Journal
For many years since our founding in 1983, we were one of the best-kept secrets around. But now, word is getting around about Industrial Info Resources, and news reporters in various markets are starting to contact our subject-matter experts seeking their analysis and commentary about industrial project spending.

Here is a sample of recent articles about Industrial Info or using our research:

The Fort Bend (Texas) Business Journal (March 2010): Click here if you want to know more about Industrial Info’s founder and chief executive Ed Lewis, the company’s leadership team, and how to grow a business by 10% during the worst recession in 75 years.

Fox News Houston: In February 2010 Forbes magazine named Fort Bend County as the #1 market for job creation and wealth-building. The Houston Fox News affiliate talked to some of the drivers behind this growth, including CEO Ed Lewis.

The Indianapolis Business Journal (February 10, 2010) used Industrial Info’s data in reporting that the state of Indiana has more industrial construction — $8.5 billion — under way than any surrounding state.

The December 2009 issue of Power magazine carried an article by Industrial Info vice presidents Britt Burt and Shane Mullins on the continued growth of the renewable-energy industry.

Expansion Solutions Magazine published an article in its August/September 2009 issue authored by Industrial Info vice president David Pickering on the rebirth of the American automobile industry.

The Houston Business Journal (July 31, 2009) used our data in their article on two Chinese companies that were looking to site a steel pipe manufacturing plants along the Texas Gulf Coast.