2019 Turbine Generator Workshop, Turbine Generator Users Group Meeting & Vendor Exhibition Visit TurbinePROs at Booth #118
The Turbine Generator Workshop offers exclusive industry best practices and lessons that can be implemented immediately at power plants. Discussion forums, round tables, and panels are included. Attendees will have access to peer-to-peer industry members, as well as meet OEM/vendor contacts for expertise and services. Participation in the EPRI workshop prepares attendees in resolving operation and maintenance issues.
Where: Hyatt Regency Savannah | Savannah, Gerogia
When: Jan. 14 - 18, 2019
Workshop, Turbine Generator User Group, and Expo:
Mon - Fri: Jan 14- 18th: Turbine Generator workshop
TurbinePROs Field Services Experts | Maintenance, Repairs, Upgrades, Retrofits
Visit TurbinePROs operations and project managers who can answer questions about maintenance, repairs, upgrades, and retrofits for all rotating equipment at your plant. They can help plan outages and management of work to be done.
More About EPRI Summer Conference
The EPRI Winter 2019 Steam Turbine Generator Workshop, Turbine Generator User Group Meeting, and Vendor Exhibition. There will be topical presentations and discussions on current industry challenges and technology innovations. Generator topics will include design issues, failure case histories, advances in inspection and testing, operational best practices, and condition based maintenance. Turbine topics will include controls, lubrication, monitoring, blade failure analysis, and water induction prevention. Additional sessions will be provided for combined cycle plant and nuclear industry specific challenges. The EPRI Turbine Generator User Group includes member focus OEM discussions, roundtable forums, operating experience, outage challenges, best practices, and subject matter expert training.
Who Should Attend:
Utility members engaged in steam turbine-generator engineering, operations, maintenance/repair, modifications, or outage management. Original Equipment Manufacturers, vendors, and consultants are encouraged to participant in the workshop sessions and TGUG meeting with presentations on recent issue resolutions, technology advances, and upgrades.
Event Website: EPRI | Electric Power Research Institute