As a result of the energy transition, spurred by global efforts to reach carbon neutrality, it is estimated that electricity will become the utility sector’s primary energy carrier, strengthening the case for on-site power generation.
The heightened awareness around energy efficiency creates new opportunities for on-site power generation equipment, which can be integrated within the industrial process to optimize overall energy consumption.
On-Site Power will help to decrease companies operating expense, improve the reliability of power supply, reduce carbon footprints, and enable faster access to power when needed.
With about $30bn a year of capital spending on major projects, the power sector has long been one of the strongest and most reliable providers of business and investment opportunities in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.
About $348bn-worth of power generation and transmission projects are planned or underway in the Mena region between 2019-2025.
At the World Utilities Congress free to attend Industrial On-Site Power Forum, you can expect to hear from industry experts and connect with power generators, including commercial and industrial facilities, district energy, private enterprise, and utility-scale electricity providers. The agenda will also explore real-life applications, project planning, and the business and financial aspects of distributed/on-site power generation.
KEY TOPICS THAT WILL BE DISCUSSED:
- INDUSTRIAL ON-SITE POWER
How is the utility sector benefitting from the rise in on-site industrial power generation in their energy transition.
Attendee insights: This session will explore the benefits from both the industrial user and the utilities industry viewpoints, including how onsite power will allow the utility industry to focus on new technologies that would be a challenge to incorporate into the energy mix.
- CONTINUOUS POWER SUPPLY IS CRUCIAL TO MISSION CRITICAL FACILITIES
How are these challenges being met, is cost a factor when designing tailormade solutions?
Attendee insights: This session will explore insights into the factors assessed when designing a continuous power supply from both the vendor and supplier viewpoints.
- CAN HYDROGEN RESHAPE THE INDUSTRIAL ONSITE POWER SECTOR?
With all the R&D surrounding the prospect of adding Hydrogen into the energy mix, how will Hydrogen benefit the industrial sector?
Attendee insights: Gain a better insight into how Hydrogen could play a major role in becoming the fuel of the future for CHP requirements.
- GREEN ON-SITE POWER
What are the options and how do you assess which form of onsite power is right for your application?
Attendee insights: A key session for any industrial power user, when looking at sustainable reliable power for their own use.
- FINANCING ON-SITE INDUSTRIAL PLANT
Are scale industrial power plants really easier to finance?
Attendee insights: A crucial session on moving forward with a cost-effective on-site power solution, exploring options available from both the vendor and suppliers viewpoints.
- THE ROLE OF DIGITAL IN ON-SITE POWER VALUE CHAIN
What role can digital installation play alongside the PG system make?
Attendee insights: With efficiency a key factor in deciding to go down the on-site power route, how does digital play perhaps an ever more important role when selecting which onsite power system to purchase.
Speakers and delegates will include executives involved in:
- Power Plant Maintenance
- Power Plant Operations
- Power Plant Engineering
- Power Plant Controls
- Power System Planning
- Gas Project Engineering
- Renewable Energy Engineering
- Renewable Power Integration
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
- Commercial End Users
- Investors & Financiers
- Power Producers
- Power Developers
- Plant Managers and Operators
- Business Development
- Equipment & Technology Suppliers
- Construction & Engineering Service Companies