ASME Power & Energy Conference Exhibition
Date: June 26-30, 2017 – Conference
June 27-29, 2017 – Exhibition
Venue: Charlotte Convention Center, Charlotte NC
About ASME Power & Energy Conference:
Three of ASME’s major Conferences, plus two Forums and the International Conference on Power Engineering (ICOPE-17) come together to create an event for the Power and Energy sectors: ASME 2017 Power & Energy. Fossil and nuclear power generation, renewables, energy storage, fuel cells, and much more will be discussed at each of the concurrent technical conferences within this larger event:
- ASME Power Conference
- ASME Energy Sustainability Conference
- ASME Fuel Cell Conference
- ASME Nuclear Forum
- ASME Energy Storage Forum
- International Conference on Power Engineering (ICOPE-17)
- Value: Five Days. Three Conferences. Two Forums. Keynote, Plenary, Technical and Panel Sessions. Poster Presentations. Multiple Workshops and Seminars. Technology Expo & More!
- Our program was developed in tandem with energy leaders on our Executive Advisory Committee
- Unlike other conferences, ASME 2017 Power & Energy concentrates on a broad range of energy solutions for a sustainable future including power, nuclear, renewables and diverse portfolios.
- From plant operations & maintenance, smart grids, solar heating & cooling, high & low temperature fuel cells, advanced and small modular reactors AND SO MUCH MORE – you will learn from the experts at Power & Energy!
- Interact with vendors at the expo and view the latest equipment and technology on the market.
Who Should Attend?
- Utility Companies
- Government Organizations
Registration includes three events for the price of one! In addition to Power & Energy, you’ll gain access to our 2017 co-located events, TurboExpo, the must-attend event for turbomachinery professionals and ICOPE, the International on Power Engineering (co-sponsored by ASME, JSME, and CSPE).
The technical conference has a well-earned reputation for bringing together the best and brightest experts from around the world to share the latest in turbine technology, research, development, and application in the following topic areas: gas turbines, steam turbines, wind turbines, fans & blowers, Rankine cycle, and supercritical CO2. Learn More
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