Thursday 18 May 2017

Conference Sessions Day 2

Renowned for delivering high-quality content and comprehensive in-depth practical information, the POWER-GEN India & Central Asia conference brings together a range of experts involved in every aspects of power generation

 

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Thursday 18 May 2017

     
  TRACK A TRACK B
Session 3
09:30 - 11:00

 

Emissions Control Part 1

 

Dealing with SO2 removal uncertainties - A techno-commercial comparison between the two most widely used FGD systems
Mr. Chetan Ghare, Air Quality Control Engineer, B&V, India

Low Cost Solution for NOx Control, VPC
Mr. Anup Bhargava, Jindal Power Limited, Germany

Advanced DeNOx Technologies for the Minimization of Capital and Operating Costs in Combustion Facilities
Dr. Enrique Bosch, Managing Director, INERCO Energy Technologies, USA

The Cost-Effective Way to NOx Compliance in India
Dr. Gerry Riley, Principal Fuels & Combustion Eng., RJM International, UK

Preserving the Ecosystem out of Green Responsibility: 
Mr. Peng Zheng, Vice General Manager of Technology Innovation Centre, Guodian Technology & Environment Group Corporate Ltd.

Application of Flue Gas Desulfurization to the India Power Market
Mr. Enrique Vega and Mr. Clayton Erickson BPE
Co- author: K Viswanathan and B Krishnakumar ISGEC

 

 

Panel Discussion - The Changing Project Financing Landscape

 

Attracting Foreign Direct Investment (FDI).  Energy Infrastructure Requirements of Multinational Corporations
Mr. Mark Moriarity, Managing Director, Duxbury Energy, USA

Mr. R. Nagarajan, Director Finance, Power Finance Corporation Ltd., India*

Dr. Ashok Haldia, MD & CEO, PTC India Financial Services Ltd., India*

Mr. Yash Pal Singh, Vice President, SBI Capital, India*

Mr. Nagandra, Sr. Vice President, Adani Group, India*

 

11:00 - 11:30 Delegate Coffee Break  
Session 4
11:30 - 13:00 

 

Emissions Control Part 2

 

Experimental Results of AQCS for Indian Coal
Mr. Srinivas Nagarajan, General Manager- Engineering, MHPS, India

Introduction of Moving Electrode Type Electrostatic Precipitator
Mr. Takamasa Kojo, Manager, MHPS Environmental Solutions, Japan

Low NOx Combustion through Deep Staging for High Ash Coals
Dr. Vivek Savarianadam, Prncipal Engineer, AECOM, UK

DeSOx & DeNOxTechnology for Thermal Power Plant Flue Gas Treatment- Our EPC & BOT Practices
Mr. Wu Yihao, Beijing SPC Environment Protection Tech Co., Ltd

A Synopsis of Advanced Dust Control Technologies for Thermal Power Projects
Mr. U.S. Chakraborty, Sr. Manager Marketing, ECODEA, India

 

 

Technologies Supporting the Integration of Renewables

 

Integration and full absorption of Renewable Energy in the Indian Grid
Ms. Stuti Gnadotra, Market Development Analyst - Asia, Wartsila, India

Gas Engine Based Power Stations in Combination with Renewables
Mr. Kapil Verma, Dy. Manager, MTU, India

Large Scale Battery Storage for Grid Stability / Backup
Mr. V.S. Sharma, Generanl Manager- Renewable Energies, STEAG Energy Services, India

Utilizing the conventional power plants to balance the fluctuating power sources and to stabilize the national grids
Mr. Jan Weustink, Sr. Manager- Solutions, Siemens AG Co-author- Mr. Biju Andrews, Manage- Engineering, Siemens Ltd.

RESERVED: Moduler 10MW Natural Gas RICE Power Plant Stabilize Grid Infrastructure
Mr. John Hoeft, Sr. Power Plant Marketing Leader, GE Power

 

 
13:00 - 14:00  Delegate Lunch 
Session 5  
14:00 - 15:30

 

Latest Advances in Equipment Optimization

Siemens SGT-700 increasing the ability to run liquid fuel in DLE
Mr. Mats Blomstedt, Product Owner, Siemens, Sweden

Enhancing Electro Static Precipitator Performance Using Switch Mode Power Supplies
Mr. Elavarasu Jayakumar, Sr. Engineer, Schenck Process, India

Self-powering the boiler tube monitoring system by converting the difference
Mr. Yu-ki Kim, Instrument and Control Management, KOEN, South Korea
Co-author: Mr. Yong- Taek Kim, Jin-kyu Kim, KOEN, South Korea

The Reduction of Flue Gas Temperatures to Enhance Coal Plant Operations
Mr. Gus Shearer, Director- Product Management & Marketing, Ljungstrom, USA

Bag Leak detector for reduced maintenance and enhanced performance of baghouse in power plants
Mr. Dilip Sakpara, Managing Partner, MAX Filters, India

 

 

Joint Plenary Panel Discussion: Exploring How India's Grid System Needs to Evolve

Achieving Grid Stability With Renewable Power Development Along With Energy Storage Back Up Power In Post-2022 Scenario
Mr. Surendra P. Sharma, Dy. General Manager (Contract & Material), NTPC, India

Mr. Prateek  Agarwal - CEO, Sterlite Power, India*

 

15:30 - 16:00 Delegate Coffee Break 
Session 6:
16:00 - 17:30

 

Latest Advances in Plant Perfiormance

From the Fuel Yard to Stack… Plant Optimization in the Digital Age
Ms Paula Restrepo, Steam Digital Product Manager, GE, USA 

Modelling Coal Quality Impacts on Power Generation Costs
Mr. Dan Eyre, Technical Consultant, Uniper, UK

Achieving High Availability in Distributed Control System
Mr. Rajinder Singh, Consultant, Siemens, India

Effect Of High Moisture Coal That Leads To Delayed Pulvarized Coal Combustion
Mr. Avijit Malick, Operation Engineer, Reliance Power, India

The Increasing Risk of Environmental Audit in India
Mr. Nicholas Dal Sasso, Managing Director, ECOTECH Group, India*

 

 

Panel Discussion: What is Coal and Gas' Role in India's Energy Future?

Is the Era of Coal Power Capacity Expansion Nearing its End in India?
Mr. Babrubahan Panigarhi, AVP- Risk, Sembcorp, India

Enhancement of Capacity Utilization: NSPCL Experience a Case Study
Mr. Abhinav Jindal, Sr. Manager- EEMG, NTPC Ltd

Mr. Anil Singh, Vice President, Vedanta Resources, India

Mr. Indranil Dutta, MD, OPGC*

Mr. Sushil Maroo, Executive Vice Chairman, Essar Power*
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