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The MEGA Symposium returns in 2018 with a focus on industry responses to new operational and environmental challenges for power plants as well as policy and regulatory perspectives affecting future operations.
Building on the 20-year history as the power plant industry’s leading technical conference for SOx, NOx, particulate and mercury control, the 2018 conference will include policy discussions, sessions on emission challenges for gas-fired plants, and content designed for international power plant owners facing new regulations.
The twelfth MEGA Symposium has been restructured to provide added value to seasoned professionals in the US and internationally and to provide an excellent learning experience for early career engineers. Attendees will benefit from insights into policy trends and receive the latest developments and operational experience to reliably manage compliance with air quality, solid waste, and discharge water quality requirements for fossil-fired power plants while adapting to increasingly variable operational demands. Recognizing the maturity of control technologies for criteria pollutants and the advanced development status of mercury and air toxics (MATS)-specific controls, the 2018 MEGA will emphasize approaches and technologies to support cycling operations while balancing emission constraints at the stack and effluent discharges, and byproduct quality.
The 2018 MEGA Symposium will provide a forum for sharing approaches, successes, and challenges complying with current and pending environmental regulations with today’s energy dispatch demands. Here's who should attend:
- Power producer managers, engineers, and plant operators in the US and global locations
- Environmental researchers, managers, and engineers
- Early career industry professionals
- Control equipment, chemical, measurements, and technology suppliers
- Consulting engineers
- Government agency managers and staff
The 2018 MEGA Symposium is brought to you through the combined efforts of four key industry players.