The evolving power plant in the age of decarbonization

W205A, Second Level
Mega Sessions

The journey to clean electricity by 2035 is fostering innovation in the U.S. dispatchable power fleet. Plants must be transformed - “future-proofed” - offering decarbonized firming capacity to growing intermittent renewable penetration that is also reliable and affordable. This evolution includes operational and clean fuel flexibility from hydrogen and ammonia, as well as carbon capture, all coupled with digital intelligent data platforms. 

In this robust megasession, key service solution providers including the OEMs will discuss the most cutting-edge technologies available for new and existing dispatchable power plants. Speakers on this moderated panel will also highlight the anticipated impacts of newly implemented climate legislation in the U.S. and how it will further accelerate our transition.

Mark Bissonnette, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Power Generation - Mitsubishi Power Americas
Jeffrey Goldmeer, Emergent Technology Director - Decarbonization - GE Gas Power
Jeffrey Benoit, Vice President - Clean Energy Solutions - PSM - a Hanwha Company
Pratyush Nag, Program Director, 9000HL Class Product & Business Development - Siemens Energy
Bobby Noble, Gas Turbine Programs Manager - EPRI