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Expperts 2009 conference

Expperts 2009 conference

With CO2 concerns so dominant in the public and political arena as well as the conventional pollutants of NOx and SOx, reducing emissions is an enormous task for power plant operators. Furthermore this responsibility provides colossal challenges which must be overcome. The advent of stringent European Directives must be adhered with otherwise power plants face the possibility of being shut down. How will the changing regulations affect power plants and what technologies can help meet these challenges?Modern Power Systems Expperts 2009 conference being held on the 13-14 October 2009 in Berlin will bring together key authorities to provide answers to these and all the other topical questions. From clarifying the latest European Directives and implementing biomass co-firing to achieving a more efficient power plant, this conference will provide in depth analysis into solving the critical issues facing the industry today.Expperts 2009 will provide delegates with a forum for cutting-edge emissions reduction information and the opportunity to network, benchmark and learn from top executives from all industry sectors.(source: www.vibevents.com)


13 Oct 2009 @ 08:30 am

14 Oct 2009 @ 12:30 pm

Duration: 1 days, 4 hours






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