MEGA Symposium

2021 Electric Power Transformation MEGA Symposium, Indianapolis

October 19, 2021

Be part of the MEGA Symposium, October 19-20, at the Indianapolis Marriott in Indianapolis, Indiana.

The MEGA Symposium returns as an in-person conference with a focus on the transition of the electric power industry to cleaner and climate resilient electric power that can remain cost-effective and reliable. Electric power energy issues abound as the nation and the industry address climate change, air quality, waste and water policy and technology issues related to energy production and delivery.

The symposium will provide technical information, solutions, and insights into President Biden’s policy trends and the latest methods for managing compliance with climate, air quality, solid waste, and discharge water quality requirements for fossil-fired power plants, while implementing new technologies and environmental controls.

With a 20-year history, this conference has adapted as the industry’s demands and key interests have changed, switching its focus from advancements in emissions control technologies towards environmental and energy policy, renewable energy sources, and transformative projects.

Share your knowledge and become a presenter! The conference committee is seeking presentations that address the various issues the industry is currently facing, including:

  • Greenhouse Gas Emissions Controls and Management
  • Energy Technology Issues
  • Air Pollution Controls and Issues for Coal- and Gas-Fired Generation
  • Effluent and Byproduct Management
  • Clean Water Issues
  • Permitting, Siting and Decommissioning
  • Renewables, Storage and Electrification

See the Call for Presentations for full details and submit your work by July 23, 2021.

Make your plans and register today!  The conference will be valuable to power company managers, engineers, and plant operators in the US and abroad; environmental researchers, managers, and engineers; control equipment, chemical, measurements, and technology suppliers; consulting engineers; early career industry professionals; and government agency managers and staff.

 

 

Posted by Laura Dorn at 8:00 am