Market Publishers Invites You to Join the Power Plant Management & Generation Summit 2014 This October
14 Oct 2014 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Market Publishers Ltd is extremely excited to invite you to attend the Power Plant Management & Generation Summit 2014, taking place October 26-28, 2014, in Atlanta’s affluent district of Buckhead.
The Power Plant Management & Generation Summit 2014 is the premium forum drawing together senior level plant managers, power generation executives and solution providers.
The Conference attendees, including heads of generation and production, operations, corporate and/or supply planning, asset management and strategic development and planning, among others, from every corner of the world will gather in Buckhead this October to explore the key issues and aspects pertaining to plant management and power generation best practices along with their application as business drivers for growth and innovation.
As an invitation-only event, the Summit offers all participants a friendly atmosphere for a focused discussion of leading new drivers set to impact the power generation industry in the offing.
The Power Plant Management & Generation Summit 2014
Date: 26-28 October, 2014
Venue: The Ritz-Carlton, Buckhead, Atlanta, GA, the USA
The Summit’s Programme Topics:
- The Road Ahead – Analysing the opportunities and challenges for fossil-fuel generation in the 21st century.
- Power Plant Performance - Bridging the gap between current and potential power plant performance via improved operations and maintenance management practices.
- Plant Technology – Application of novel technologies to enhance performance, reliability, safety and efficiency.
- Plant Safety – Highlighting present-day trends and processes which enable plant managers to operate effectively, efficiently and safely.
- Environmental Regulations – Keeping a check on regulatory compliance obligations for the public utility industry.
- Clean Water Act (CWA) section 316(b) – Looking at strategies to minimise environmental influences from cooling water intake structures (CWISs).
- North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) Compliance – The challenges of designing and managing critical infrastructure protection (CIP) compliance strategies; reliability regulations.
- The Move Toward Gas-Fired Power – Assessing the effect of the shale gas rise on operations, technology, efficiency, and emissions.
- Staff Training Challenges – Ageing workforce, technology changes, transfer of knowledge, compliance requirements.
- Coal Ash Management – Key issues, prevalent trends and best practices.
- Generating Unit Portfolio Evaluation – How are decisions taken to retire, upgrade, reconstruct or convert plants?
Market Publishers’ registered customers are eligible for special discounts.
To register at MarketPublishers.com please visit our Registration Page.