POWER-GEN International delegates, you are invited to join emissions control experts as they discuss strategies to comply with EPA standards during a free, live video webcast! The “Emissions Control: Understanding Your Options” webcast will be filmed on the exhibit floor near the delegate luncheon area (backside of aisle 1200) on Wednesday, Dec. 12 from 12 to 1 p.m. Speakers will explore the suite of new environmental rules aimed at limiting emissions of mercury, nitrogen oxides, sulfur oxides and particulate matter and discuss how to conceive compliance using a range of control technologies.
Panelists for the webcast will be Diane Fischer, Robert Nicolo and Mike Wood. The webcast will be moderated by Lindsay Morris, associate editor for Power Engineering magazine.
Diane Fischer is the Air Quality Services Area Leader in Black & Veatch’s Energy Division. She has over 20 years of experience in managing air quality control (AQC) studies, supporting detailed design of AQC projects and maintaining updated knowledge of the latest developments in air quality control technologies.
Bob Nicolo has 30 years of power and air pollution control experience on a wide variety of fossil generation projects worldwide. He is responsible for all of the air quality control products for Hitachi Power Systems America, including CO2 capture technologies, projects using all types of flue gas treatment systems including desulfurization, fabric filters, enhanced all-dry scrubbers and selective catalytic reduction systems.
Mike Wood is Senior Business Manager – SOLVAir Solutions, for Solvay Chemicals, Inc., headquartered in Houston. He joined Solvay Minerals in 1997 as Trona Product Manager. Soon after joining Solvay, Wood was asked to take over the manufacturing operations for the company’s Diversified Products Division, which included trona and sulfates.
If you have colleagues who are unable to attend POWER-GEN, they will have an opportunity to get in on the action by attending this free webcast. By registering at power-eng.com/webcasts, your friends and colleagues can listen to the discussion and submit questions for the Q&A portion of the webcast. POWER-GEN International delegates will also have an opportunity to ask questions if they attend the webcast filming.
Panelists will hit on topics like the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards (MATS), National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS), and the proposed carbon pollution standard for new power plants. They will also discuss how emissions compliance may change for some utilities due to the D.C. Circuit Court’s decision to vacate the Cross State Air Pollution Rule (CSAPR).
Be sure to join us during your lunch hour on Wednesday for this informative webcast!