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11 & 12 SEPT

NEC BIRMINGHAM

Energy Theatre

    • Wednesday

      speaker

      11.00 - 11.30

      Sachin Parab

      Maintenance, Overhauls & Repairs of Steam Turbine Generators in waste to Energy Plants

      Two live case study of Projects in Waste to Energy Plants. Steam turbine generator is the heart of power plant and is essential to take adequate care of them. Timely overhauls and periodic maintenance is crucial to avoid unexpected breakdowns. In case of repairs it is highly recommended to take services from partners with good domain knowledge and infrastructure.

      speaker

      11.45 - 12.15

      Quentin Scrimshire

      Maximising the Potential of Behind-the-Meter Energy Storage

      How to make sure you are getting the most from your energy storage asset - unlocking new revenue streams whilst giving you peace of mind.

      speaker

      12.30 - 13.00

      James Fleming

      The Internet of Tanks

      Mixergy is an Oxford University spin-out company who’ve developed an intelligent hot water tank. The Mixergy Tank only heats what’s required, leading to reduced heat losses, quicker recovery times, and enabling more renewable energy capacity. By installing "The Internet of Tanks" fleet, we are creating a giant battery for the National Grid - storing excess electrical energy as hot water and producing a more cost effective and greener solution to energy storage.

      speaker

      13.15 - 13.45

      Charles Coe

      Energy procurement in the construction industry – Lessons Learnt

      Charles will be providing insights into how the construction industry procures energy. From the bidding stage all the through to construction and demobilisation, energy procurement plays an important role in how we build sustainable cities. The seminar will also highlight some lessons learnt and share tips on delivering an effective energy procurement strategy.

      speaker

      14.00 - 14.30

      Paul Wilkes

      FORS – Raising Fleet Standards

      The Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) is a voluntary accreditation scheme for fleet operators which aims to raise the level of quality within fleet operations, and to demonstrate which operators are achieving exemplary levels of best practice in safety, efficiency, and environmental protection. Becoming a FORS member demonstrates to your customers and supply chain your commitment to exceeding the industry standard.

      speaker

      14.45 - 15.15

      Christian Zumkolk

      Corrsave 100- An innovative new molecule that provides corrosion inhibition

      Corrsave® 100, an innovative new molecule that provides corrosion inhibition and hardness stabilization for water systems with special focus on treatments where low P (Phosphorous) contribution and improved biodegradability is a demand. Corrsave® 100 is a proprietary substance produced from the reaction of a natural organic acid with a phosphorous compound. It has an improved biodegradability and is classified as inherent biodegradable. It is low toxic, non-mutagenic and non-irritant to skin or eyes. The corrosion inhibition efficiency, as well as properties important for the application in cooling systems, have been studied thoroughly in lab tests and pilot cooling systems.