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POWERGEN International® partners with some of the most innovative organizations and programs, designed to give our attendees an edge from every angle of the industry. To become a POWERGEN Partner, contact Kenzie Jones at kenzie.jones@clarionevents.com.

Coal Users’ Group

The Coal Users’ Group (formerly the PRB Coal Users’ Group) is a world-wide organization focusing on sharing better practices promoting safe, efficient, and responsible use of coal. Meeting of the Coal Users' Group brings members together to share better practices, lessons learned, and peer interaction.

Cost: $700 

Who should attend:
Anyone who uses coal and those who support them

Three benefits of attending:

  • Peer interaction
  • Sharing better practices
  • Lesson learned, lessons shared

Date:

Monday: 5-6pm Coal Users’ Group Reception
Tuesday: 10:30am – 3pm
Wednesday: 8am – 2pm
Thursday: 2pm – 3:30pm

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Coal Users' group

EGSA Basic School of On-site Power Generation

This 3.5 day school covers topics to include: Basic Electricity, Prime Movers, Introduction to Generators/Alternators, Starting Systems, Introduction to Automatic Voltage Regulators, Introduction to Governors/Speed and Load Controls, Transfer Switches, Load Bank Fundamentals, Generator System Instrumentation, Codes and Standards, Sizing to Service, and Understanding Bids and Specification Documents.

Cost: EGSA Member Rate $1800; Non-Member rate $2200

Who should attend:
Perfect for staff new to the power generation industry or someone who needs an introduction to the basic concepts and technologies, this school is appropriate for students seeking a foundation in generator technology. Whether you are in project management, sales, marketing or administration, you will find great value in this course! The Basic School is a generalized, yet technical, overview of On-Site Power.

Three benefits of attending:

  • Gain an introductory understanding for the On-Site Power Industry and power generation.
  • Live instruction Subject Matter Experts in each topic from major companies in the industry who can answer questions on the spot.
  • Attendees receive a copy of EGSA's Reference Book "A Comprehensive Guide to On-Site Power"

Date:

Monday, Feb 20: 1pm – 5pm
Tuesday, Feb 21: 8am - 5pm
Wednesday, Feb 22: 8am – 5pm 
Thursday, Feb 23: 8am – 5pm

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EGSA

EGSA Engineering Symposium

This 8-hour symposium covers topics to include: Introduction to Generator Set Sizing Software, Emergency Power System Installation and Application Basics, NFPA 110 Design Requirements for Emergency Power Systems, NFPA 70 (NEC) Updates for Emergency Power Systems, Functions and Features of Generator Set Based Paralleling Controls, Transfer Switch Fundamentals, Considerations for Specifying Generator Set Fuel Sources, and Emissions and Air Permitting Requirements for Standby Generator Sets.

Cost: Standard Rate: $600

Who should attend:
Designed for engineers in the power generation industry.

Benefits of attending:

  • List key inputs required for properly sizing a generator set using sizing and selection software.
  • Identify the load attribute inputs and their impact on electrical power requirements.
  • Recognize common pitfalls and neglected considerations when utilizing generator set sizing software.
  • Identify strategies on analyzing generator set sizing recommendations and steps to optimize sizing.

Date:

Monday, Feb 20: 1pm – 5pm
Tuesday, Feb 21: 8am - 12pm

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EGSA

Power Systems: Generation Fundamentals

This four-hour course will cover generation fundamentals to give you an introduction to generator theory, generator protection and generator protection upgrades. This session is a section of a full seminar we offer at Qualus University, Power Systems: Protection Considerations and Communications. The full seminar aims to provide attendees with a strong basis of knowledge in relay protection philosophy and design theory with a focus on generators, capacitor banks, underfrequency, DC systems, distribution and utility communications. 

Cost: $50 

Who should attend:
Our training programs are open to industry professionals
interested in furthering their technical knowledge. Typical
attendees include:

  • Service Technicians
  • Relay Technicians
  • Test Engineers
  • Electric Power Utility Engineers
  • Protection & Control Engineers
  • Project Managers
  • Power System Educators
  • Graduate Students
  • Professionals Seeking CEHs
  • Design Engineers
  • Safety Professionals

Three benefits of attending:

  • New knowledge of generation fundamentals, theory, and protection
  • Networking with industry professionals
  • State of Florida Continuing Education Hours

Date:

Monday, Feb 20: 1pm – 5pm

 

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Coal Users' group