Held at the Las Vegas Convention Center Dec. 5–7, POWER-GEN International 2017 will bring industry leaders together under one roof for networking and educational opportunities in power generation technology. Attendees from more than 100 countries and more than 1,400 exhibitors will learn about trends, technologies and issues facing the power generation sector and see an array of products, ideas and services on display.
POWER-GEN International covers all forms of power generation by connecting key suppliers and service providers with influential decision-makers in the international power sector. A sampling of exhibitors includes Danfoss High Pressure Pumps, Emerson, Flomax Filtration, Hitachi America and Siemens.
Networking and sessions
Through conference sessions, exhibitions and networking events, including an annual golf tournament, attendees will connect with the power industry and learn innovative ways to tackle the latest challenges, cut costs, maximize efficiencies, improve visibility and reduce risk through real-world case studies.
New conference tracks
In 14 concurrent tracks, nearly 300 industry experts from around the world will present new solutions and innovations for the future. Tracks include gas turbine technologies, digital power plant, emissions control, flexible generation and on-site power, business trends and regulatory issues, material handling, clean coal technologies, distributed renewable power and gas-fired power plants.
Education, tours and workshops
POWER-GEN has partnered with several accredited universities to offer courses that highlight topics including rotordynamics, thermomechanical fatigue, grid and home energy storage and analytics for cybersecurity. University partners include: The University of Tulsa, Oklahoma State University, University of California and University of Central Florida. POWER-GEN International is an authorized continuing education provider by the Florida Board of Professional Engineers.
This year’s technical tours include Hoover Dam Powerplant, Walter M. Higgins Generating Station and Goodsprings Energy Recovery Station.
Preconference workshops taught by experts in their respective fields will offer attendees a certificate of completion that counts toward professional development hours (PDH). Attendees registered as full conference delegates are eligible to receive 10 hours of PDH credits.
Tue., Dec. 5, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
Wed., Dec. 6, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
Thu., Dec. 7, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.