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KEYNOTE SESSION PLENARY SESSION MEGA-SESSIONS
BUSINESS TRENDS &
REGULATORY ISSUES
CLEAN COAL
TECHNOLOGIES
DISTRIBUTED
RENEWABLE POWER
EMISSIONS CONTROL ENERGY STORAGE

FLEXIBLE GENERATION
ON-SITE POWER

GAS TURBINE
TECHNOLOGIES
GAS-FIRED
POWER PLANTS
MATERIAL HANDLING
NUCLEAR POWER PLANT
PERFORMANCE
POWER PROJECT
FINANCING
THE DIGITAL
POWER PLANT
UTILITY-SCALE
RENEWABLE POWER
ALL SESSIONS


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Tracks = Clean Coal Technologies
1:30 PM-3:30 PM
Room: N231
Format: Panel
This panel will discuss: the real life impacts of operating cycling coal-fired power plants, including the complexity of multiple AQC systems, and digital solutions being utilized to address these ...read more...
Session Chair
Keith Morris, P.Eng.
Technical Advisor
XMPLR Energy
United States
Session Co-Chair
Craig Connell
Senior Vice President, Director of Asia and EMEIA Regions, Power Generation Services
Black & Veatch
United States
Panelist 1
Eric ten Siethoff
Supervisory Engineer
MPR Associates
United States
Panelist 2
John Robson
Longview Power
United States
Panelist 3+
Eli Caselman
Asset Management Engineer
Black & Veatch
United States
Panelist 3
Andy Paul
Operations Superintendent, Boswell Units 1, 2 and 3
Minnesota Power
United States
Panelist 4
Song Wu
Chief Technology Officer, Solid Fuel & Environmental Systems
Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Americas
United States
Panelist 5
Brad Phillips
Operations Superintendent
Westar Energy
United States

9:30 AM-11:30 AM
Room: N231
Format: Panel

This session discusses carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) technologies through a range of development timelines. Panelists include power professionals directly engaged in operating CCUS projects as well as evolving new ...read more...

Session Chair
Massood Ramezan, Ph.D., P.E.
Sr. Technical Advisor
KeyLogic Systems, Inc.
United States
Session Co-Chair
Nancy Mohn
Consultant
United States
Panelist 1
H. Gordon Henley
NCCC Operations and Maintenance Manager
Southern Company Services
United States
Panelist 2
David Greeson
Vice President, Development
NRG Energy, Inc.
United States
Panelist 3
Sai Gollakota
Project Manager
U. S. Department of Energy
United States
Panelist 4
John Marion
Director Generation R&D
Electric Power Research Institute
United States
Panelist 5
David Miller, Ph.D.
Sr. Fellow
U.S. DOE/NETL
United States

1:30 PM-3:30 PM
Room: N231
Format: Paper

This session will consider some of the newest coal-fired power plant designs, including advanced power system technologies that are either emerging or poised to emerge from the research and development ...read more...

Session Chair
Thomas Sarkus
Industrial Partnerships Manager
National Energy Technology Laboratory, USA Department of Energy
United States
Session Co-Chair
Todd Whorten
Project Development Manager
Bechtel Infrastructure
United States
Presentation/Paper
Speaker
Sang IL Lee
Commissioning experience and its improvements in Super Critical Large-scale CFBC Boiler
KOSPO
Korea (South)
Co-Author
Heung Bog Song
General Manager
Korea Southern Power Company (KOSPO)
Korea (South)
Speaker
Jeff Hoffmann
Senior Engineer/Analyst
US Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory
United States
Co-Author
Eric Lewis
United States
Co-Author
Travis Shultz
Supervisor, Energy Process Analysis, Systems Engineering & Analysis Directorate
National Energy Technology Laboratory
United States
Speaker
Brock Forrest
Senior R&D Engineer
8 Rivers Capital LLC
United States