The POWERGEN+ monthly series offers a variety of opportunities to meet the needs of power industry professionals in addition to each of the energy markets we serve including – virtual experiences, timely content and education sessions, peer-to-peer networking, vendor product and service demonstrations and matchmaking assistance between decision-makers and sellers. Check out the schedule below:

After you join the community and make your account, view the ‘Event Agenda’ to learn more about these sessions and add them to your personal schedule. In order to access the session during the live event, you must add the sessions to your agenda by selecting the calendar icon. If you do this, you’ll receive reminders about the sessions before they begin with a link to view the session live. 

To view past sessions on demand, you need to view the ‘Event Agenda’ and scroll up in the scheudule. Once in the session you wish to watch, you type in your email address where prompted and the video will start to play. You have to make an account to view the on demand sessions.

September 29-30, 2020

Pushing the Power Generation Envelope

Topics include:

  • Adapting Existing Generation for the “New Normal” with Digital Applications

  • Onsite Standby Power: Out of Site and Out of Mind, but Always Ready
  • The GRDA Story: Meeting the Challenges of Transitioning from Coal to Combined Cycle Gas-Fired Generation

  • EPA-ACE Compliance Planning: A Utility Perspective and Study Experience

  • Onsite Power’s Contribution to the Bottom Line

  • Surviving the Storm- Resiliency, Backup and Balancing: Keeping the Lights on in the Most Demanding Times

  • Critical Design Elements for CHP

  • Protect Your Power Source: Ensuring the Reliability of Diesel Fuel in Emergency Power Systems

  • Power Generation’s Workforce; Planning & Adapting to Critical Challenges Now and Tomorrow

October 21-22, 2020

Renewables and Energy Storage

Topics include:

  • Energy transitions: States perspectives
  • The Inside Scoop On Getting Projects Done in New York’s Community Solar Market

  • Utility Case Studies in Energy Storage

  • Green Hydrogen at Grid Scale: How Do We Get There

  • Next-gen Tools: Building an Energy Storage Ecosystem

November 9-10, 2020

Destination 2050: Achieving Zero Carbon and Reliability

Topics Include:

  • Achieving Zero Carbon while Maintaining a Reliable Power Supply
  • The Future of Small Modular Reactors 
  • The Role of CHP in Mission Critical Facilities
  • Case Study: How Microgrids Answer the Needs of Two Communities

December 14-15, 2020

O&M, Cybersecurity and the Digital Plant

Topics include:

  • Using Cooperation to Address Cybersecurity Risks across the Industrial Control Ecosystem

  • Securing the Supply Chain

  • The Future of Digitalization in Power

  • Making Sense of Data in Conventional Power Plants

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