COAL-GEN Europe 2012


COAL-GEN Europe 2012




CROATIAN CENTER of RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES promotes     COAL-GEN EUROPE 2012!


CLICK HERE TO REGISTER ONLINE

CGE Conference

If you are involved in the
coal-based power industry,
then attending
COAL-GEN Europe 2012

will not only equip you with
the latest thinking on the
hot issues facing the
industry, but also with
information on cutting-edge
technologies that will
ensure coal is a clean fuel
of the future.
 

Click
here to register online today!

 

By registering today you
will secure your place to
Europe’s vital forum where
the major issues facing
coal-based power generation
will be discussed. We cover

everything from the
industry’s major technology
achievements in the areas of
effective carbon dioxide
management through carbon
capture, plant refurbishment
& modernization, NOx & SOx
emissions reduction,
optimization of combustion,
and lots, lots more.

We have
more than 50

influential thinkers in the
coal industry

lined up for this year’s
program to provide you with
valuable insights into
future directions and
strategies. We have
representatives from the key
players in the coal industry
including Rafako, RWE
Technology, World Coal
Association Fortum Power and
Heat plus many more.


WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND 

Here are four key reasons why you
need to attend COAL-GEN Europe 2012:

  1. Rafako SA, a leading Polish OEM,
    will be discussing the
    contentious T24 steel issue for
    ultra-supercritical boilers,
    while we find out how a joint
    China/German project has taken a
    major step towards achieving a
    50% efficient steam power plant.
  2. Leading technologists in the
    field of carbon capture and
    storage (CCS) will provide
    important updates on their
    carbon capture technologies and
    the CCS projects they are
    involved in, including the
    post-combustion capture
    demonstration project at
    Poland’s Belchatow power
    station, Europe’s largest
    thermal power plant.
  3. The importance of balancing the
    grid as more renewable resources
    are integrated is a key issue
    facing the European power
    sector, and one that will have
    growing importance in Poland as
    it develops its renewable energy
    base. In an innovative session,
    we find out how advanced
    coal-fired power plants can play
    a significant role in grid
    balancing.
  4. Two high-level plenary panel
    discussions:

    a. A panel of
    industry experts discusses
    whether or not coal has a role
    in helping meet Europe’s
    perceived energy gap resulting
    from an arrest in new nuclear
    build plans or in some cases a
    complete move away from nuclear
    power.

    b.



    A panel of industry leaders with
    a particular expertise in
    Central and Eastern Europe
    discusses
    whether coal’s
    future in power generation lies
    in this dynamic region,
    exploring both market
    development opportunities and
    challenges that need to be
    overcome.

     



To view the
programme in more detail please
click here.



Click here to
register online now!


CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS 
Key Speakers
Include:


  • Pierre Dechamps,
    Adviser for Energy and
    Climate Change, European
    Commission, Belgium




  • Milton Catelin,
    Chief Executive, World
    Coal Association, UK





  • Wiesław Różacki
    ,
    President, Rafako SA, Poland

  • Gereon Thomas,
    Head of Engineering, RWE
    Technology, Germany





  • Prem Mahi
    ,
    Development Director,
    Mott
    MacDonald,
    UK

  • Damian Góral,
    Chief Engineer
    Performance Engineering,
    Foster Wheeler Energia,
    Poland
Key
Presentations Include:
  • Optimisation of Lignite
    Combustion Systems – Increased
    Reliability and Flexibility –
    Christian Kissling,
    Sales Manager, Hitachi Power
    Europe, Germany

  • Modern Primary Methods
    Of NOx Emission Reduction In
    Pulverised Coal Fired Boilers

    – Stanislaw Borawski, Sales
    Manager, Fortum Power and Heat,
    Poland




  • Double Reheat Cross-Compound
    Steam Power Plants – Within
    Reach of the Magic 50%




    Wei



    Zhong Feng, CEO, Shanghai Waigaoqiao No.3 Power Generation,
    China
  • Dynamic Coal-Fired Power
    Plants to Secure Electrical
    Grids
    – Jacques
    Mercier, R&D Programs Manager
    Steam Plants, Alstom Power
    Systems, France

* There
will be simultaneous translation
(English/Polish) for all conference
sessions.


EXHIBITION 

Running
alongside the conference, the

COAL-GEN Europe 2012

exhibition will provide the perfect
platform for companies to launch
cutting-edge technologies and
increase their market share of
existing products and equipment.

The exhibition will also bring
technologies and renowned
international experts and
professionals together to develop
solutions to Europe’s environmental
challenges including the latest
strategic and technological
developments to meet the 20-20-20
target of lowering greenhouse gas
emissions.


Pre-Register as a visitor and attend
the exhibition for FREE!

MAKE SURE YOU DON’T
MISS OUT – REGISTER TODAY!

Register


Register Online


View Conference Programme


Exhibition & Sponsorship Opportunities

Owned &
Produced By:

Pennwell

Presented By:

COSPP

PEI
Supporting Organisations:

CCSA

EPPSA

Euracoal

World Coal Assocaition

UCG

CEEP

Contacts:



Exhibition & Sponsorship



Leon Stone

Exhibit Sales Manager

Tel: +44 (0) 1992 656 671


Email:

leons@pennwell.com
 


www.coal-gen-europe.com


Sponsors & Media Partners
  

CROATIAN CENTER of RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES (CCRES)

About CROATIAN CENTER of RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES

CROATIAN CENTER of RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES (CCRES)• was founded in 1988 as the non-profit European Association for Renewable Energy that conducts its work independently of political parties, institutions, commercial enterprises and interest groups, • is dedicated to the cause of completely substituting for nuclear and fossil energy through renewable energy, • regards solar energy supply as essential to preserve the natural resources and a prerequisite for a sustainable economy,• acts to change conventional political priorities and common infrastructures in favor of renewable energy, from the local to the international level, • brings together expertise from the fields of politics, economy, science, and culture to promote the entry of solar energy, • provides the opportunity to play a part in the sociocultural movement for renewable energy by joining the association for everyone, • considers full renewable energy supply a momentous and visionary goal - the challenge of the century to humanity. CCRES Željko Serdar Head of association solarserdar@gmail.com
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