HEPCO will be showcasing their newest heat exchanger and condenser tube plugs for industry professionals from all over the world, including their newest technology, “Plug and Track” tube plug markers.
Nine individual tracks, including a new CHP/Cogeneration Track, are included in the event schedule. The three days are made up of floor exhibitions, the Plant Management Institute, as well as the Women in POWER segment, which HEPCO is also participating in. Women in POWER is an event that allows high level female power professionals to network and share their concerns, expertise, and strategies. Colleen Campbell of Oakton Energy will be moderating these discussions which are vital to the growth of the female demographic within the industry.
Environmental, plant management, disruptive technology, and power industry executive sessions will take place throughout the daily agendas. The conference will also include keynote speakers, specialty receptions and focus groups comprised of the most experienced and successful innovators in the power industry.
The 16th iteration of the Electric Power gathering of minds will take place at Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. Speakers and moderators include a prestigious line up of professionals, including Jeff Perry, Chief Development Officer, Veolia Energy North America, Tony Laska, Owner, E&E Strategies, Tim Mehl, Director of Development and Compliance, CMS Energy Corporation, Paul Cauduro, Executive Director, Texas Combined Heat and Power Initiative, Jack Kelly, Project Manager, Energy & Power Solutions Group, Jacobs Engineering, Suresh Jambunathan, Director of Business Development, Recycled Energy Development, and Steven P. Yambor, PE, Senior Consultant, Commonwealth Associates, Inc.
Look for the representatives from HEPCO at booth #960 on the exhibition floor for new insight into how the heat exchanger industry is growing in 2014. For more information about the Electric Power Conference and how HEPCO is taking part, contact us at 800-472-8484.