eld on 8th December, 2022, at the prestigious Park Plaza Hotel, Westminster, London, PowerEx Live 2022, organised by the Power Media International Group Ltd, continues to attract leading companies and key power speakers, along with exhibitors from the Critical Power sector. THIS IS A FREE TO ATTEND CONFERENCE WITH LUNCH PROVIDED.
Exhibitors from the Critical Power sector include: Generator Power, Bergen Engines UK, Wernick Power, Cummins Generator Technologies, Clarke Energy, Aksa, Crestchic, Durr Universal, HMS Industrial Networks, Industrial Power Systems, IPU Group, Leroy Somer|NIDEC, Mecc Alte, BGG UK, Scania, MHM Group, Volvo, YorPower, Edina, Eminox, Teksan, Lister Petter Engine Co, MEMS, AMC, WEG, Moteurs Baudouin - and many more.
Register for free: attendees have the chance to learn from energy experts within several key fields: Gen-Sets, CHP, District Energy, Engines, Emissions, Rental, Hydrogen,
Distributed Energy, Fuels, Grid Codes, Data Centres, Batteries, Energy Storage, Fuels, Noise Reduction, Gen-Set Statistics and Industry Consultants.
The two conferences take place under 1 roof in 1 day, with 25+ high quality power speakers.
The AMPS Awards for Excellence (black tie) event is being held in the evening at the same location.
PowerEx Live has won a solid reputation at a quality networking and industry event held at a Covid-secure venue in the heart of London, with excellent rail, tube and road links. PowerEx is organised by one of the leading publications companies in the field of power generation and energy today, Power Media International Group Ltd.
Power Media International Group Ltd publishes Worldwide Independent Power, UK Power News, Middle East Power, Euro Power News, Africa Power News, Independent Power Asia and American Power News.
The Claverton Energy Group is currently providing additional speakers for the event from academia, consultancies in the public and private sector and is engaging other industry experts involved with the broader energy spectrum.
These are free to attend conferences with tea/coffee & lunches provided.
Comments about last year’s show
Here is feedback from attendees at PowerEx Live 2021 at the Park Plaza venue:
* Ian Wilcoxson Data Centre Channel Manager (EAME) for Kohler Power: “Visitors to PowerEx Live certainly showed an interest in learning more about regulatory and technological changes in gensets.”
* Paola Nardi, Marketing and Communication Coordinator, Soga SpA: “ Great event! My colleagues were very thrilled, very well-organised and a positive business atmosphere.”
PowerExLive update: Free to attend conferences on 8th December 2022
GREAT TOPICS & SPEAKERS lined up so far for the Networking, Power & Industry event at the Park Plaza, London:
DATA CENTRES – Emergency standby generators for applications - Ian Bitterlin
ENERGY STORAGE – Tech for large scale applications i.e. Batteries - Ian Bitterlin
HYDROGEN - UK Fuel Cells & Hydrogen Technology Supply Chains - Dr Michaela Kendall
DIESEL & GAS GENERATOR MARKET OUTLOOK - 2024 - Romain Mocaer
NOISE REDUCTION – Reciprocating Engines Noise – Power Generation -John D. Kerr
SUSTAINABLE CRITICAL POWER SYSTEMS - Keith Maclean
FUELS - Red Diesel – Changes to rebated fuels - Bernard Gospel
CHP AND COGENERATION MARKETS - Dave Andrews
G99 PROTECTION AND G99 GENERATOR COMPLIANCE - Ian Wassman/Hassaan Minhas
EMISSIONS – The Application of Emissions Legislation - Richard Payne
STAGE V AND BEYOND - Dave Philips
STORED FUELS - The challenges relating to stored fuels in critical standby applications. Are existing OFTEC regulations really suitable for our industry? -Mike Benzies/Nathaniel Fuller
ENGINES & TURBINES IN WIND AND SOLAR DROUGHTS - 100% zero carbon energy for the UK - Cost and feasibility? - Professor Mark Barrett
GREEN HYDROGEN - Wake up to the hype around green hydrogen for heating – where might it realistically have an application – engine power generation in wind and solar droughts? -Richard Lowes/David Cebon
ON-DEMAND LOW PRESSURE HYDROGEN GAS – a perfect feed gas for engines and Fuel Cells. - Dave McGrath
DIRECT AIR CAPTURE OF CO2 - for methanol engine and turbine fuel – is this the way forward? - Andy Erlam
HEAT PUMPS WITH DISTRICT HEATING, CHP AND HEAT PUMPS - running the BEIS SRBI project to deliver open control systems for renewables including a number of field trials from domestic installs through to heat networks - Richard Hanson-Graville
RENEWABLES AND FLEXIBILITY MARKETS - Colin Mallett
DISTRICT HEATING FOR MOST OF THE UK - Far Better than Hydrogen - Gordon Taylor
HOW TO INSTALL HEAT PUMPS CORRECTLY - so they work properly and have a good winter and seasonal COP - Brendon Uys
HEAT NETWORKS: recent progress and their future potential as part of decarbonising heat and the role of engines CHP in the transition - Dr Andrew Cripps
BEYOND SPACE HEATING & COOLING - Dr. Bill Bordass
ENABLING A ZERO CARBON FUTURE - Hydrogen & future fuels as an engine-based power plant installation can supply reliable power for over 30 years, machinery chosen today must be able to operate on the least GHG intensive fuel that is available now and be able to transition to the green fuels as they become available. - Terje Eriksen
More info: http://www.powerexlive.co.uk