Loading Events

« All Events

  • This event has passed.

NETL Regional Workforce Initiative Energy 101 Webinar

January 22 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm EST

Event Navigation

Energy 101 Webinar Invitation – Sensors and Controls

Wednesday, January 22 11-12PM

Register by clicking here today!

How do research breakthroughs and innovations create regional and national economic and workforce opportunities? This is the focus of the NETL Regional Workforce Initiative Energy 101 webinar series. 

The NETL RWFI Energy 101 Series provides a basic primer on the research conducted at NETL, including the challenges and potential economic and workforce opportunities that successful research into these topics and their related challenges may bring to the region and the nation. NETL researchers present information on their work in an easy to follow and thus easy to communicate fashion. This month we look at research being conducted at NETL on sensors and controls.

The Sensors and Controls program improves fossil energy power generation through with sensors, distributed intelligent control systems, and increased security. Advanced sensors and controls provide pivotal insights into optimizing plant performance and increasing plant reliability and availability. NETL tests and matures novel sensor and control systems that are operable in coal-fired power plants; capable of real-time measurements; improve overall plant efficiencies; and allow for more effective ramp rates. Given the crosscutting nature of sensors and controls, these technologies will also benefit natural gas power generation and other harsh environment applications.

Webinar Agenda:

  • Introductions & Webinar Instructions
  • NETL Regional Workforce Initiative and NETL Research Background – Anthony Armaly – NETL RWFI Federal Coordinator
  • Energy 101 – Sensors and Controls – Richard Hammack – NETL Research Group Leader
  • Conclusion and upcoming events

Details

Date:
January 22
Time:
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Event Tags:
,

By joining TAEBC, you can be part of this exciting effort to grow Tennessee’s economy through advanced energy innovation, generation and manufacturing.