Power Plant Technologies

Conventional power plants will be indispensable in maintaining secure energy supplies also in the coming decades. In that context, the focus in the past was increased efficiency and reduced emissions thanks to state of the art plant technology. In times of an increasing share of volatile renewable generation the issue of flexibility of conventional power plants is of growing importance. The fundamental challenge for operation of the power plants is competition, with its market-driven rules.

  • Steam Generators
  • Fuel Technology/Firing Systems
  • Fluidized Bed Firing Systems
  • Thermal Waste Utilization
  • Industrial and Co-generation Stations
  • Flue Gas Cleaning Systems
  • Steam Turbines
  • Gas Turbines
  • Cooling Systems in Power Plants
  • Civil Concepts/Specific Civil Solutions
  • Civil Structural Maintenance / Condition Monitoring
  • Electrical Engineering and I&C
  • Electrical Equipment
  • Instrumentation and Control
  • Acceptance and Control Tests
  • Power Generation Maintenance Optimization Network (PGMON)
  • Plant Management Systems and Technical IT
  • Reference Designation and Plant Documentation
  • Materials and Quality Assurance
  • Supervision of Construction and Assembly/Quality Assurance
  • Pipes and Valves
  • Condition Monitoring and Inspection

Power Plant Technologies Conference Speakers

Recommended Sessions

Related Journals

Are you interested in