2019 Program Release 

The 44th International Technical Conference on Clean Energy

The Clearwater Clean Energy Conference

 June 16 to 21, 2019

Clearwater, Florida, USA

To Learn More About Innovations That Are Meeting The Challenges to Energy Utilization From The World’s Key Planners, Leading Experts and “Super Scientists”

In The Most Comprehensive Program on Energy Technologies With Representatives From Six Continents, Then You Must Attend

The Clearwater Clean Energy Conference

The complete program will be issued shortly.  But below you will see what we plan on offering.

CFP Deadline extended.  The Conference Committee met on January 30th to organize the technical sessions.  All of them are listed below; some are newly-listed on the agenda because we decide that we want to offer this topic.  Some sessions may need one paper.  So you can see where we are and where we want to go, we are listing all of the sessions.  Please consider offering something for:

Session 1 – The Legacy of Prof. Janos M. Beer, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Dr. Ashwani Gupta, University of Maryland — Prof. Beer died in December and we want to honor his memory by having former students reference their work and how it relates to what they are doing today. Prof. Beer was instrumental in making this conference what it is today.

 Session 2 – Hybrid Power
Dr. John Dooher, Adelphi University

 Session 3 – Oxy-Combustion I
Andrew Fry, Brigham Young University &
Klas Andersson, Chalmers University, Sweden

 Session 4 – Coal Upgrading for Value Added Products
Gerardine Botte, Ohio University

Session 5 – Advances in Analytical and Testing Techniques
Dave Osborne, Somerset

 Session 6 – Modeling
Dr. Edmundo Vasquez

 Session 7 – Advanced Controls for Existing Plants
Larry Shadle, NETL

Session 8 – Gasification for Power & Chemicals I
Massood Ramezan, KeyLogic

Session 9 – Coal Preparation/Handling/Benefication
Dave Osborne, Somerset Coal, Australia

 Session 10 – Fluid Particle Fundamentals
Ron Breault, National Energy Technology Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy

 Session 11 – Waste to Energy
Alan Paschedag, Covanta

 Session 12 – Gasification for Power & Chemicals II
Massood Ramezan, KeyLogic and Kunlei Liu, University of Kentucky

Session 13 – Radiation
Brad Adams, Brigham Young University

 Session 14 – CO2Capture & Utilization
Erik Meuleman, ION Engineering & Dave Hopkinson, National Energy Technology Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy

 Session 15 – Advanced Cycles for Power Generation
Horst Hack, EPRI

 Session 16 – Combustion Chemistry
Dr. Edmundo Vasquez

Session 17 – Recovery of Rare Earth Minerals
Eric Eddings, University of Utah

 Session 18 – Biomass & Biomass Cofiring I
Les Marshall, Ontario Power Generation, Canada

 Session 19 – Chemical Looping I
JoAnn Lighty, Boise State University

 Session 20 – Combustion & Gasification I
Ashwani Gupta, University of Maryland and Weihong Yang, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

 Session 21 – Water Issues
Nicholas Siefert and Jessica Mullen, National Energy Technology Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy

 Session 22 – Combustion Emissions
Dr. Edmundo Vasquez and Byron Burrow, TECO

 Session 23 – Chemical Looping II
Robert Stevens, National Energy Technology Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy and
Andrew Tong, Ohio State

 Session 24 – PC Fired Units
J.J. Letcavits, AEP and
Alan Paschedag, Covanta

 Session 25 – Oxy-Combustion II
Andrew Fry, Brigham Young University and
Klas Andersson, Chalmers University, Sweden

 Session 26 – Supercritical CO2
Suhyeon Park, University of Central Florida and
Josh Stanislowski, UNDEERC
 

Session 27 – Fuels Production
Dushyant Shekhawat, National Energy Technology Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy

 Session 28 – Combustion & Gasification II
J.J. Letcavits, AEP &
Alan Paschedag, Covanta

Session 29 – Biomass & Biomass Cofiring II
Les Marshall, Ontario Power Generation, Canada

 Session 30 – Novel Reactor Design
Dave Lyons, National Energy Technology Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy

 Session 31 – Upgrading Natural Gas, 
Evan Granite, National Energy Technology Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy

 Session 32 – Fluidized Bed Units
Fredrik Lind, Chalmers University, Sweden

The Conference Committee has extended the deadline for the Call for Papers and it may be accessed by clicking here  2019 Call for Papers

To give you an idea of what to expect from our conference, this is the Official Program for the 43rd International Technical Conference on Clean Energy that ran from June 3 to 8, 2018, at the Sheraton Sand Key in Clearwater, Florida, USA.  2018 Official Program

 

Last Year’s Conference:  The program for the 43rd International Technical Conference on Clean Energy, June 3 to 8, 2018, Clearwater, Florida, USA, can be accessed right here 2018 Official Program

This will give you an overview of our conference and what you can expect in June, 2019.
If You Want To Learn More About Innovations That Are Meeting The Challenges to Energy Utilization From The World’s Key Planners, Leading Experts and “Super Scientists” In The Most Comprehensive Program on Energy Technologies With Representatives From Six Continents And You Want To Know About What Is Happening and What Will Happen, This Is The Conference To Attend.

MISSION STATEMENT – Increased demand – coupled with energy security issues, uncertainty in the oil sector, and tightening environmental regulations – make this conference a must for those involved in all aspects of power generation who must meet the competitive pressures and environmental concerns in the 21st century.

Through the Technical Sessions, Short Courses, and Panels, cutting-edge develop-ments dealing with technical solutions to problems; specific strategies; projects; innovations; industry trends; and/or regulatory compliance will be offered. The program presents an extensive overview of emerging, evolving, and innovative technologies, fuels and/or equipment in the power generation industry. We seek papers from all countries worldwide.