Oct 9, 2013 to Oct 11, 2013
The increased competition in the liberalised European electricity market has prompted and spurred on growth in both turbines efficiency and in the reliability standards required for both manufacturers and operators. Issues of quality assurance in the manufacturing and maintenance of turbines as well as strategic solutions for the consolidation of the lifecycle costs and concepts for lifetime extension are at the centre of current discussions. It is becoming evident to all players in the sector that without the application of appropriate technologies and new plant concepts, in addition to supply reliability and efficiency, power operators will not be able to face the growing demands for sustainable climate protection and resource conservation needs. There is no running away from the fact that the expansion of intermittent energy sources requires significant improvements in performance and flexibility to advance the production of energy, including turbine technology.
This industry-led, technical conference will cover the current and most pressing issues that all power operators face in the daily running of their operations. IThe event looks at all different aspects of power turbine life cycles including cycle efficiency, condition-monitoring, fuel flexibility and quality, maintenance and asset management, lifetime extensions, costs, and new technologies.
Power Turbines Conference 2013 offers an interactive and creative format enabling you to gain insights and innovations from industry stakeholders to help you maximize turbine operational soundness and interact with Europe’s pioneers of power turbine technology.
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