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Time   Presenter*
6 - 7 PM Tuesday, September 28, 2010 Welcome Reception
  Wednesday, September 29, 2010  
7 AM Registration & Continental Breakfast  
8:00 AM

John Cuttica, US DOE Midwest CHP Technical Assistance Partnerships

8:15AM Keynote Presentation

Tom Casten, Recycled Energy Development

8:55AM Waste Heat Recovery Market Opportunities, Concepts, and Technologies

 

  Overview of Waste Heat Recovery for Power and Heat

Dave Sjoding, US DOE Northwest CHP Technical Assistance Partnerships

  Market Potential and Target Market Opportunities

Ken Darrow, ICF International, Inc.

9:50AM

Networking Break

 
1015AM Identifying and Implementing Lower Temperature Waste Heat Recovery Applications

 

  Increasing Plant Efficiency through Waste Heat Recycling Thermal Applications

Eric Mueller, Kemco Systems

  Generating Electricity with Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) Technologies: Attractive Applications, Site Issues and Working Solutions

Bob Miller, Calnetix

11:10 AM Recovering Energy on Natural Gas Pipelines and in Industrial Steam Processes:
Opportunities and Lessons Learned

 

  Tapping the Unused Energy Potential along Natural Gas Pipelines and at Gas Compressor Stations

Colin Duncan, ORMAT

  Integrating Waste Heat to Power Projects in Existing Plant Steam Processes

William Bullock, Turbosteam

12:05 PM Lunch

 

  Industrial Technologies Program, EERE, U.S. Department of Energy

Bruce Hedman, ICF International, Inc.

1:25 PM Developing and Operating High Temperature Waste Heat Recovery to Power Projects

 

  Benefits, Challengers, and Drivers of High Temperature Waste Heat Recovery Projects:A Developer’s Perspective

Ray Deyoe, Integral Power

  Moving Projects Forward: Working through Project Financing and Coordinating Activities

Gary Hilberg, TAS

  Daily Operations of a High Temperature Waste Heat Recovery Project at a Coke-Making Facility:

Jim Schaddel, Primary Energy

2:50 PM Networking Break

 

3:15 PM Resolving Flue Gas Issues and New Waste Heat Recovery Technology Developments

 

  Working through the Issues of Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) Laden Air Streams

Mike Scholz, Anguil Environmental Systems

  Emerging Solutions and Technologies for Gas-Fired Exhaust Heat Recovery Systems

Yaroslav Chudnovsky, Gas Technology Institute

4:20 PM Waste Heat Recovery Roundtable Discussion

Moderator: Cliff Haefke US DOE Midwest CHP Technical Assistance Partnerships

  Panelists: Carter Brown (KGRA Energy), Eric Mueller (Kemco Systems), Yaroslav Chudnovsky (Gas Technology Institute), John Prunkl (Primary Energy) and Rob Thornton (IDEA)

 

5 PM COCKTAIL RECEPTION with SPONSOR DISPLAYS

 

6 PM Adjourn

 

  Thursday, September 30, 2010

 

7 AM Registration & Continental Breakfast

 

8:00 AM Welcome and Day 1 Recap

John Cuttica, US DOE Midwest CHP Technical Assistance Partnerships

8:15 AM Chicago Climate Action Plan

Madeleine Weil, Environmental Law & Policy Center

8:45 AM ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION: Federal Policy Roundup Discussion

Moderator: Paul Bautista, Sentech

  Federal Policy Objectives, Priorities and Status

Paul Bautista, Sentech

  Proposed Waste Heat Recovery Rule

Gary McNeil, EPA CHP Partnership

  District Energy: Delivering Clean Thermal Energy

Rob Thornton, IDEA

  Waste Heat to Electricity : An American Opportunity Kelsey Walker, TAS
  No Slides were Presented

Dick Munson, Recycled Energy Development

10 AM Networking Break

 

10:25 AM ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION: State Policy Activities

Moderator: Dan Bullock, US DOE Gulf Coast CHP Technical Assistance Partnerships

  Renewable Portfolio Standards Dan Bullock, US DOE Gulf Coast CHP Technical Assistance Partnerships
  State Policy: Can Feed in Tariffs (FiTs) Vince McDonell, US DOE Pacific CHP Technical Assistance Partnerships
  Federal Actions Impacting State Policies: EPA Greenhouse Gases Tailoring Rule & Output-based Dave Sjoding, US DOE Northwest CHP Technical Assistance Partnerships
  No Slides were Presented Cliff Haefke, US DOE Midwest CHP Technical Assistance Partnerships
  No Slides were Presented Jim Freihaut, US DOE Mid-Atlantic CHP Technical Assistance Partnerships
  No Slides were Presented Brad Klein, Environmental Law & Policy Center
11:25 AM Climate Change and International Perspectives

Michael Nix, World Alliance for Decentralized Energy

11:55 AM Day 2 Recap

John Cuttica, US DOE Midwest CHP Technical Assistance Partnerships

12:00 Noon Lunch

 

1:15 PM ADJOURN & COKENERGY SITE TOUR

 

* Brief Information about all presenters is available.



For more information, contact Sam Rinaldi

 

sponsors

Sustaining

U.S. DOE Energy Efficiecny & Renewable Energy

U.S. DOE CHP Technical Assistance Partnerships

DOE Save Energy NowSENSEN

Gold Level

Hayes Mechanical

International District Energy Association

Primary Energy

Recycled Energy Development

U.S. Clean Heat and Power Association

Midwest Cogeneration Association

Silver Level

IMEC

Middough

OrmatOrmatOrmat

Bronze Level

● American Foundry Society

● Illinois Manufacturing Extension Center

● Iowa Truss Manufacturing Association

● Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance

● Purdue Technical Assistance Program

● Tool & Manufacturing Association

● World Alliance for Decentralized Energy