The DOE-NETL 2020 Virtual Integrated Project Review Meeting continues next week with discussions focusing on advanced alloy manufacturing, state-of-the-art gasification systems and water management issues.
Leading experts in these fields will explain how their work is helping to ensure reliable, affordable and cleaner energy for the nation, as well as conserve water, a critical resource for both human and ecosystem needs, during energy production.
The week gets started with presentations describing recent advancements in the field of alloy manufacturing to develop materials that can withstand the harsh environments in fossil-energy power plants, which achieve maximum efficiency when operating at extreme high temperatures.
The gasification sessions will explore technologies for converting diverse types of coal into clean synthesis gas to enable the low-cost production of electricity, hydrogen, transportation fuels, chemicals and other useful products. Additionally, this session will explore innovations in oxygen production via air separation for gasification and other fossil energy technologies.
Session titles and dates are:
Select the link for each session to access the agenda, online registration and WebEx instructions. For more information about the 2020 Virtual Integrated Project Review Meeting, visit the NETL website or review the comprehensive schedule.