With multiple events all in one location, POWER Events cover all aspects of the electric power sector and facilitate the conversations necessary to manage the global energy transition to cleaner power sources. From traditional central power stations and grid infrastructure to distributed energy resources and the hydrogen economy, we’ll cover the full energy landscape from generation to distribution and end-use…and so much more.
It’s the conference I make it a point to attend every year.
Melanie Green, Sr. Director of Power Generation, CPS Energy
In the 16 years I’ve been coming, I always come away with some additional knowledge, some benefit. I just got out of a session where I wrote down half a dozen items I’m going to take back that are beneficial to my company.
Mike Schimmelpfennig, Consulting Engineer, Ameren
I’m looking forward to coming back many times and building on the connections I’ve made and information I’ve gained.
Cory Borgeson, CEO, Golden Valley Electric Association
Attendee activations and what makes POWER Events the most comprehensive events for the power industry:
From traditional central power stations and grid infrastructure to distributed energy resources and the hydrogen economy, Experience POWER covers all aspects of the electric power sector and facilitates the conversations necessary to manage the global energy transition to cleaner power sources.
The one event connecting the entire distributed generation ecosystem. The Distributed Energy Conference brings together utility-scale electricity providers with other power generators, including commercial and industrial facilities, educational institutions, cooperatives, and private enterprise to dive into real-life applications, project planning, and the business and financial aspects of distributed generation.
The one event covering the full hydrogen energy value chain from production to distribution and end-use, bringing together power generation and chemical process industry professionals to collaborate and learn about the fast-paced advances being made toward a hydrogen economy.
*For employees of electricity generating companies only
A plant manager’s job used to be focused on keeping the plant running as the main goal. Today, the plant manager has many different priorities, and this year’s Plant Management Institute will focus on topics crucial to performing the responsibilities and tasks required of plant managers and their management team. Moderated by a Plant Management Institute Board Member, this meeting will be held as a roundtable, allowing for open and honest discussion between peers.