Call for Papers

We welcome you to submit your industry case study to be presented during Experience POWER week. Our committee will review abstracts that relate to industry best practices or lessons learned to create the best content for the event.

Selected abstracts will be assigned to sessions covering all aspects of power generation—from both business and technical perspectives—from essentials like operations and maintenance and workforce to new technology like hydrogen adding to other renewables and including distributed energy topics to provide the power community with insight on current news, regulations, and changes impacting the industry.

This full spectrum event provides one place for peers to have open conversations, not only with each other, but also with leading experts sharing insight on developing technologies and proven solutions that can be implemented to improve plant, power system, and business operations.

All submissions are reviewed for content and relevance by a committee made up of industry leaders, utility managers, and other experts. Abstracts are selected based on their relevance to industry needs and value offered to attendees. Case studies co-presented with actual end-users from the power sector will be given preference, and all proposals considered sales pitches or overly promotional will be rejected.

Submission Deadline: March 29, 2024

Things to keep in mind:

  • POWER Events seminars consist primarily of webinars, panel sessions, or short presentations. Typically, 3–4 speakers/panelists will participate in a 60- to 90-minute session designed to be interactive and lively with time allotted for questions and answers.
  • POWER Events content is presented in focused forums to best serve the markets within the power generation community.
  • Presentations should be concentrated on the following areas: new technologies and innovative solutions, end-user case studies and lessons learned, best practices, and strategic planning.
  • Absolutely no sales pitches or marketing presentations will be approved.
  • Please keep abstracts to a maximum of 300 words.

We are seeking practical solutions and case study/lessons-learned abstracts addressing the following topics:

Distributed Energy Conference

  • Incorporating DER’s Across the Grid
  • EV
  • Battery Storage
  • District Energy
  • Backup Power
  • Project Development Policies and Rules
  • Creative Finance
  • Microgrid Solutions
  • Community Solar

Electric Power Insights

  • Financing
  • Regulatory Updates
  • Workforce
  • Transmission & Distribution Infrastructure
  • Emerging Power Generation Technologies
  • Carbon Capture
  • Supply Chain Issues
  • Lesson Learned from Extreme Weather Events
  • Grid Modernization Challenges
  • Digital Solutions
  • Operation and Maintenance Best Practices
  • Advanced Nuclear


  • Safety
  • Electrolyzer Technology
  • Cross-Sector Hydrogen
  • Large-Scale Project Updates
  • Hydrogen Hubs
  • Financing
  • Storage
  • Membranes for Separation, Purification, and Ion Transport
  • Green Hydrogen Production
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