Webcasts

On-Site Power

LIVE: September 27, 2019 at 1:00 PM EDT / 12:00 PM CDT / 10:00 AM PDT / 5:00 PM GMT

On-site power is going to be a featured experience at POWERGEN this year, thanks to our partnership with EGSA. EGSA has worked closely to help develope the content and get the right exhibitors in the On-site Power Pavilion. Want to know what all we have to offer? This webcast provides all the answers!

O&M

This event was recorded April 24, 2019 and is available for on demand viewing.

Plant design and process engineers continually face the problem of integrating very large mechanical CAD models of equipment into their 3D plant and process design systems. This leads to wasted time, effort, additional cost and commissioning delays. 

This webcast will discuss how to address these issues using automated model simplification and data reduction tools to drastically reduce file sizes and streamline integration processes. 

A case study will be presented by CADfix PPS customer, Kiewit Corp. - one of the largest construction and engineering organizations in North America, who specializes in mining and off-shore operations. 

Please join us for this event sponsored by ITI. 

Energy Storage

This event was recorded January 15, 2019 and is available for on demand viewing.

Battery energy storage costs are falling quickly and those cost reductions are leading to more electrification of the areas of the world most in need of it. This creates what Bloomberg Analyst Logan Goldie-Scot says is a virtuous cycle, the more inexpensive batteries become, the more they are deployed, which leads to further reductions in cost. 

How are batteries impacting the world’s off-grid and mini-grid markets? Which technologies are poised to grow and in which markets? Join us for a webcast exploring the growth of battery storage and learn what to expect for the exciting global electrification segment of the electricity market.

Please join us for this webcast sponsored by Trojan Battery.

On-Site Power

This event was recorded December 5, 2018 and is available for on demand viewing.

From electric vehicles and vehicle-to-grid technology, to microgrids and digital power plants, the pace at which the energy industry is changing is both exciting and alarming. How are power generation providers keeping up? What technologies are being developed today that are addressing an increasingly connected, digitized, electrified world?  Hear from a panel of experts about what is new and emerging in the power generation industry and how large companies are deciding where to invest and why.

A representative from the Department of Energy will present on DOE’s Loan Program’s office, which deploys capital for innovative energy projects in the United States.

Please join us for this event sponsored by Italian Trade Agency.

O&M

This event was recorded November 27, 2018 and is available for on demand viewing.

In the competitive power generation market, it is crucial for power utilities to focus on performance optimization while minimizing operational costs to deliver low-cost, high-quality energy to their customers. However, there needs to be a balance in the trade-offs between performance, operational costs and risks. 

O&M

This event was recorded November 13, 2018 and is available for on demand viewing.

Machine Learning. Artificial Intelligence. Data Analytics.

These are all trending terms making their way through the utility landscape.

But how do you effectively use these technologies to monitor behavior and maintain security of your power assets?

This webcast provides all the answers!

Gas Turbines

This event was recorded October 25, 2018 and is available for on demand viewing.

Plants from many industries rely on turbomachinery like gas turbines as the workhorse of their operation. And many plants are seeing strong market prices. 

But these plants, especially those in the continuous process industry, simply cannot afford the downtime that's often required to get more power from their plant. The upgrade cycle is often too long. Plants risk that by the time they upgrade, it won’t be profitable.