E&O Technical Conference to feature sessions on environmental, generation and fuels topics
Originally published January 7, 2014
The 2014 Engineering & Operations Technical Conference will offer many topics specifically for public power professionals in the environmental, generation and fuels areas.
Topics covered at the conference, to be held April 6-9 in Oklahoma City, Okla., will include an outlook on the energy market and industry trends; solar generation; natural gas planning and use cases; combined heat and power facilities; a report on EPA National Ambient Air Quality standards and how to address changes; and what’s next for CO2 regulations and other CO2 considerations.
The Engineering & Operations Technical Conference will be held at the Renaissance Oklahoma City Convention Center Hotel. The program is specifically targeted to utility professionals in the areas of communications and control; the environment; generation and fuels; safety; system planning; transmission and distribution; and supply management.
Visit www.publicpower.org/EandO for program information or to register.
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