Presentations made in Track H at EUEC 2015, in San Diego, California.
GHG & CLIMATE MANAGEMENT
H1.1 Strategies to Comply with new Financial Regulations in the GHG Constrained Market
Nedia Miller, Founder, MILLER, CTA
This paper will examine how the new financial regulations have impacted the environmental markets.
We will begin with an overview of the environmental markets & products, […]
D4.1 Grid Modernization & the Smart Utility
Anthony Barazza, Grid Automation, Schneider Electric; Adam Caballero
The pace of change has been accelerating for utilities as a result of a rise in distributed energy
resources, constrained load growth, & increasing grid complexity. As utilities evolve to meet these
challenges & our electrical grid transforms from a centralized power network into […]
E2.1 Corona Dead Zones Hurt Electrostatic Precipitator Performance
John Knapik, ESP Applications Engineer, Babcock & Wilcox Preciptech
MATS compliance for PM will require existing electrostatic precipitators to operate at their peak
efficiency One area of ESP operation that has received very little or no attention is uniform corona
current distribution. In Electrostatic Precipitator (ESP) inspections, it is sometimes noticed […]
H3.1 The Non-Hazardous Secondary Materials (NHSM) Regulations – What is your “Comfort” Status?
Thomas Pritcher, Senior Engineer II, Environmental Consulting & Technology
It has been a couple years since the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) finalized the latest
Non-Hazardous Secondary Materials (NHSM) regulations, which neither specified these secondary
materials as waste or non-waste. Instead, EPA specified the criteria to be […]
Abstracts of Presentations made in Track A and E at EUEC 2015, San Diego, CA
E4.1 Small Utility Planning for EPA’s 111(d) Rule
Eric Hiser, Partner, Jorden Bischoff & Hiser, PLC
EPA’s proposed Clean Power Plan, which establishes carbon pollution standards for existing electric
generating units (EGUs), promises to up end U.S. power markets and disrupt years of resource […]
Abstracts of presentations made in Track D at EUEC 2015 in San Diego California.
D1.1 The Quadrannial Energy Review
Mitchell Baer, Director – Office of Energy Security Analysis, US DOE
The Office of Energy Security and Systems Analysis within the Department of Energy has embarked
on a 3-year project to prepare annual installations of the Quadrannial Energy Review, coordintated