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ELECTRIC POWER 2014

Venue: San Antonio, TX

Date: Jan 27-28, 2014

ELECTRIC POWER is focused on the needs of the power generation industry with a special emphasis on power plant owners, operators and project developers throughout the world. The trade show is complemented by the industry’s most comprehensive conference that features more than 500 speakers and panelists. The conference covers both business and technology issues and is programmed by a committee of approximately 150 industry experts. All commercially viable technologies and fuels (fossil, nuclear, and renewables) are covered in depth. This high quality content attracts buyers and specifiers from throughout the world.

Seminars: Education is a key focus of ELECTRIC POWER and the industry-targeted educational program will highlight technical, strategic, and operational sessions from internationally recognized speakers. Sessions will focus on the power generation sector’s most important issues, including plant maintenance and optimization, fuel strategies, IGCC and advanced coal technologies, combined cycle and gas turbines, turbine inlet cooling applications, combined heat and power applications, nuclear power, renewable power, power plant safety, security and training, new and emerging clean energy technologies, and more.

Exhibitors: 342 (2013)

Industries: Boilers/auxiliary systems, computers/software, diesel/generators and auxiliaries, emissions control equipment & systems, energy information services, energy services/marketing, engineering/design services, fuels/fuel handling, gas turbine/generators & auxiliaries, information technologies, instrumentation and controls, motors/electrical equipment, nuclear power, operations/maintenance products & services, pumps/compressors/valves/piping, renewables, steam turbine/generators and auxiliaries, testing equipment & tools, training services, transmission, grid technologies/services, and water/wastewater treatment.

Target Buyers: Individuals involved in all segments of the power generation and engineering management business, including owners, operators, producers, manufacturers, suppliers, and government officials.

Benefits for Attendees registering through the U.S. Commercial Service

  • Complimentary registration.
  • Complimentary networking reception.
  • Airfare and hotel discounts.
  • Possible technical field trips (please inquire).
  • Airfare and hotel discounts.

Contact: Mark Wells, mark.wells@trade.gov, (202) 482-0904 or Padraig O’Connor at padraig.o’connor@trade.gov