Power generation (coal, gas, and biomass) under increasingly stringent emissions regulations
Date: Tuesday 6th December 2016 (10.00am – 4.00pm)
Location: Princess Victoria Room, Mary Sumner House, Westminster, London
The Workshop will focus on the technical and commercial impacts of increasingly stringent emissions regulations on the operation of power and CHP plants, fuelled by coal, gas, biomass and waste.
Further details of the Workshop, offers of papers and registration are in the linked document.
Only 5 places remain open. If you have already registered but can no longer attend please advise us to allow your place to be reallocated.
The Second Announcement document can be downloaded here.
The Advanced Power Generation Technology Forum (APGTF) is an industry-led stakeholder group that is not associated with any single interest or source of funding. It provides a consistent, long-term, proactive technology focus for the power generation sector in the UK on the research, development and demonstration activities for fossil fuels, with the main focus on carbon abatement technologies (CATs) including carbon capture and storage (CCS). However, it also provides a focus for associated technologies including: large-scale fossil generation >1MW; heat, including waste heat utilisation; CHP; biomass; hydrogen production from fossil fuels; and environmental control technology.
The objectives of the APGTF are to provide the strategic focus in the UK on near-to-zero and zero emission technologies from fossil fuel, biomass and associated technologies so as to ensure that
- Strategies are developed and implemented within the UK and globally that support the UK's climate change goal of reducing CO2 emissions both within the UK and abroad
- The UK has secure, clean, affordable energy as we become increasingly dependent on imported fuels
- UK industry has the technologies to allow it to take advantage of the UK and global market opportunities that will arise in the power generation sector
- Collaboration and knowledge sharing are promoted in the power generation and energy supply sector
- There is a significant contribution to UK wealth creation