Boiler User Group 2019: Energy from Waste, Biomass and Fossil Fuels
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Boiler User Group 2019: Energy from Waste, Biomass and Fossil Fuels

09/10/2019 to 10/10/2019
When: Wednesday, 9 - Thursday, 10 October 2019
Day 1: 8:30 - late; Day 2: 8:30 - 17:00
Where: Nottingham Belfry Hotel
Nottingham
United Kingdom

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Fired boilers continue to play an important and significant role in the UK's generating fleet, alongside newer CCGT and renewable sources. While some older coal fired plants have been decommissioned, others continue to contribute to production capacity after being converted for alternative fuel types.

Continuing the series of popular user groups, the Boiler User Group 2019 will provide a key forum for asset owners, maintenance professionals and service providers to address the current and future role of power boilers in Britain's energy mix. Through recent case study projects and panel discussions, this specialised community of power boiler engineers will share the latest insights and strategies for increased efficiency, greater operational flexibility, successful upgrade projects and reduced costs.

New for 2019: Engineers will discuss the increasing role of different fuel types and renewables for producing sites, including conversion for biomass, energy from waste and other sustainable alternatives.

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Early Bird ends 16 August 2019 - book your place today 

 


The Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) are a professional body licensed by the Society for the Environment to award Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) status 

 

Professional bodies licensed to award the Chartered Environmentalist registration:

Society for the Environment
EC1.1 Enterprise Centre, Puma Way 
Coventry, West Midlands CV1 2TT.
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