On Monday, Nov. 18, POWERGEN University will offer four-hour and eight-hour pre-conference workshops on a variety of power generation topics, including any of the tracks and topics listed in the call for abstracts. Teachers selected will share in any profits generated out of the courses.
The conference tracks include gas-fired turbine technologies, plant M&O, onsite power, renewables, energy storage breakthroughs, the future of coal-fired generation, money and rules, digital transformation of the power plant and microgrids.
We want those ideas on stage at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. Here are the general aspects of what we’re seeking: What works, what might, lessons learned and big dreams for the future of coal-fired, gas-fired, solar, wind, nuclear, biomass, infrastructure and mobile generation.
McCallum began serving on the POWERGEN International advisory committee in 2018 and chaired one session during the December conference in Orlando.
Abstracts that include and guarantee utility participation are going to get higher consideration than those that do not.