The Clearwater Clean Energy 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
Plans are now underway for the 44th Conference that will take place June 16 to 21, 2019 (this is a change from what was originally announced), at the Sheraton Sand Key in Clearwater, Florida, USA.
The Conference Committee is meeting on August 14th to outline the Call for Papers and announce the topics that we will cover.
MISSION STATEMENT – Increased demand – coupled with energy security issues, uncertainty in the oil sector, and 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 developments 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 at the annual technical conference which takes place each June in Clearwater, Florida, USA.
International Programs – Technical Developments – Policy Issues
Papers from the international community are strongly encouraged. In the 2016 conference 16 countries were represented at the conference. In addition, one-third of all attendees were from the international community. The international papers were related to energy/environmental developments throughout the world.
The Committee also encourages papers that deal specifically with the topics covered in the Keynote Session, Panels, Short Courses and Plenary Sessions.
At the direction of the Conference Committee, it was decided to broaden the scope of the conference to include some new and exciting technologies currently on the horizon. The name of the conference was changed to reflect this new and exciting direction. We will continue to be in Clearwater and we will continue to be the Clearwater Conference.
Industry professionals representing nearly all the major players in the electric utility industry were in Clearwater, Florida, USA for the 41st Conference (informally known as “the Clearwater Clean Energy Conference”).
This conference has earned a reputation for excellence as one of the premiere conferences on coal technologies as it grows in size and scope since its inception in 1975.
CONFERENCE HEADQUARTERS – Sand Key is one of the 20 Best Beaches, according to many travel and tourism organizations. Sheraton Sand Key, 1160 Gulf Boulevard, Clearwater, Florida –
$192/night – Single or Double
http://www.beachsand.com for information about the Sheraton Sand Key
|THE CONFERENCE COMMITTEE The dedicated efforts and expertise of each Committee member result in the excellent Technical Program offered each year. They reach out to all segments of the energy industry so that the state-of-the-art (and beyond) is presented. Through their hard work, we offer a world-renowned conference each year. We are especially pleased to announce that Prof. Ashwani Gupta, University of Maryland, is now one of the three conference co-chairs. This year’s Conference Committee members are:|
|Adelphi University, Prof. John Dooher
AEP, J.J. Letcavits
AECOM, Dr. Guisu Liu
Air Liquide, Bhupesh Dhungel
Arizona State University
The Babcock & Wilcox Company
Babcock Power Inc., Bonnie Courtemanche
Boiler Combustion & Emissions Control Consultant, Dr. Edmundo R. Vasquez
Brigham Young University
CANMET Natural Resources Canada
Chalmers University of Technology
Consultant, Gerry Hesselmann
Covanta, Alan Paschedag
CSIRO, Dr. Louis Wibberley and Dr. David Harris
Electric Power Research Institute
Électricité du France, Mathieu Insa
Energy & Environment
Energy & Environmental Research Center, University of North Dakota
Fuels and Combustion Consultant,
Gas Technology Institute, Howard Meyer
GE – Alstom Power Inc., Frederic Vitse
Huazhong University of Science, Prof. Chuguang Zheng
IEA Clean Coal Centre
ION Engineering, Dr. Erik Meuleman
Jiangnan Environmental Technology, Inc. (JET), Robert Nicolo
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Assoc, Prof. Jeong Ik Lee
KeyLogic Systems Inc., Massood Ramezan
KITECH, Yang Won
Lehigh University, Dr. Edward K. Levy
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
|Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Americas, Inc., Dr. Song Wu
Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Europe GmbH, Gosia Stein-Brzozowska
Ohio University, Dr. Gerardine G. Botte
Ontario Power Generation, Les Marshall
Pennsylvania State University
Reaction Engineering International
Ruhr-University Bochum, Department of Energy Plant Technology, Prof. Viktor Scherer
Somerset Pty Ltd., Dr. Dave Osborne
Southern Illinois University
Tampa Electric Company
Technische Universität Hamburg-HarburgProf. Dr.-Ing. Alfons Kather
The University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Tsinghua University, Dr. Yao Qiang
U.S. Geological Survey
University of Alberta, Dr. Rajender Gupta
University of Kentucky, Dr. Kunlei Liu
University of Maryland, Dr. Ashwani Gupta
University of Newcastle, Prof. Terry Wall
University of South Carolina
University of Utah, Prof. Eric Eddings and
U.S. Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory,
Washington University in St. Louis, Prof. Richard Axelbaum
Wrocław University of Technology, PolandHalina Pawlak-Kruczek Ph.D., D.Sc., and Dr. Janusz Lichota