The Program For the 46th International Conference on Clean Energy is Issued

Click below for The Program Announcement for the Clearwater Clean Energy Conference.

2022 Clearwater Conference Program Announcement

  • Topics are highly relevant and advanced;
  • Science and Technology driven;
  • Aimed at Clean Energy Supply;
  • Attendance can be actual or virtual;
  • Prime location;
  • Reasonably priced;
  • Participants are highly qualified and from many countries with 40% of the papers coming from China, Australia, Canada, Sweden, Japan, Germany, The Netherlands, Poland and Trinidad & Tobago.

The Keynote Presentations, Short Courses and Technical Sessions cover all the critical technological issues of the day as we explore Power For Tomorrow.  To accommodate international speakers, we are offering in person and virtual presentations.  And this is also available to our attendees who also might not be able to attend in person.

The Clearwater Clean Energy Conference offers participants approximately 200 technical presentations in four days. While all presentations will be offered virtually, we realize that some of you may want to be with us in Clearwater.  In that case we will review the numbers and decide what is feasible.

The 46th conference will be held August 1 to 4,  2022, at the Sheraton Sand Key in Clearwater, Florida, USA.


Theme:  Power For Tomorrow

 Domestic Keynote Speaker:  Brian Anderson, Laboratory Director, National Energy Technology Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy, will speak on Monday morning, August 1, 2022.

 International Keynote Speaker: Invited: Professor Fangqin Cheng, Vice President – Research, Shanxi University, CHINA, will address utilization of low-grade coal and coal combustion by-products on Tuesday morning August 2, 2022.

MSW Technical Session – The Southeast University in China (SEU) has conducted extensive research on solid waste combustion in fluidized beds. They have built the first circulating fluidized bed that purely burns MSW in China. SEU and representative from all those involved in the project will offer an extensive Workshop about the project and its results.  Complete details will be available shortly.

Leading the way for us are our four committee cochairs:
  • Lawrence E. Bool, Linde
  • Ronald Breault, National Energy Technology Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy
  • Ashwani Gupta, University of Maryland
  • Dr. Edmundo Vasques, Clean Energy TechnologiesThey work to bring to you a comprehensive program covering what is happening now and what we see in the future.

Your suggestions, comments and ideas are always welcome, and I look forward to hearing from many of you.  

Barbara A. Sakkestad