Nuclear, Renewables

Meet the keynote panel at POWER-GEN 2013

For its 25th anniversary, POWER-GEN International has recruited what may be the best keynote panel in POWER-GEN history.

The keynote session on Nov. 12 will feature Jim Rogers, chairman of Duke Energy; Peter Delaney, chairman, president and CEO of OGE Corp.; Amy Ericson, president of Alstom U.S.; and David Dunning, group executive of Fluor Corp.

“It will be an exciting keynote session, packed with great information from the industry’s most influential executives,” said Russell Ray, chairman of the POWER-GEN Conference Program Committee. “In addition to great speakers, our keynote session will be recognizing the industry’s most influential figures. POWER-GEN 2013 promises to be the most exciting POWER-GEN to date.”

During the keynote session, PennWell will name the power generation industry’s most influential person over the last 25 years. Who has had the greatest impact on the industry during that time? The industry has voted and the person will be revealed at POWER-GEN International 2013, Nov. 12-14, at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando.

More than 1,200 exhibiting companies will be showcasing their products and services on the exhibit floor at POWER-GEN. More than 21,000 are expected to attend the three-day event.

Once again, POWER-GEN will come to Orlando with three co-located events: NUCLEAR POWER International; the POWER-GEN International Financial Forum; and the Renewable Energy World Conference & Expo. That’s four conferences and three exhibitions under one roof.

POWER-GEN International and its co-located events offer a wealth of networking opportunities with leading professionals and key decision makers. More than 300 speakers will share their thoughts on trends, technology and project development in more than 70 conference sessions.

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