EUEC 2014 Energy, Utility and Environment Conference

03 February 2014

ERM was pleased to support EUEC 2014, held in Phoenix from 3 - 5 February 2014.

EUEC 2014 is the 17th Annual Energy, Utility & Environment Conference, making it the USA’s largest professional networking and educational event of its kind.

The event was held in Phoenix, Arizona, where more than 1,700 delegates, including environmental business leaders, energy executives, NGOs and government policymakers will make presentations and discuss various issues including clean renewable and alternate energy solutions to secure energy independence from foreign oil, while protecting our environment. Over 600 presentations are made by experts in 10 tracks and 150 exhibits can be viewed between technical sessions.

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ERM at EUEC 2014

ERM was pleased to be supporting this year's event as a sponsor and exhibitor and gave 10 technical presentations across 4 tracks. ERM's presentations are outlined below.

ERM Presenter Title (Session) Track
David Shotts Simple Cycle Air Permitting in the GHG BACT Era (G2.5) GHG, Carbon Management
Bob Farmer PM2.5 Emissions Update: Three Years Later Do We
Know Any More?
(B3.6) CEMS & Modeling
Ken Weiss NSR Update 2014: Continuing Challenges to Electric Utilities (A4.4) Air Policy & Regulations
Ken Weiss NSR Reform Rule: The New NSR Enforcement Approach; 
Practical Considerations to Avoid the Next Round
of Enforcement
(A4.5) Air Policy & Regulations
Anand Yegnan How to Get a Combustion Turbine Permitted in Expedited
Manner – Case Studies from Recent Licensing Projects

(A6.6) Air Policy & Regulations

Richard Hamel Variable Emissions in Air Quality Monitoring (B7.5) CEMS & Modeling
Kurtis Schlicht Implications of EPAs Proposed CWA 316 (b) Regulations
on the Power Industry
(I7.2) Sustainability & Water
Pete Belmonte The MATS Conundrum (A8.4) Air Policy & Regulations
Richard Hamel MACT, MATS and Modeling: One "M" Leads to Another (B8.1) CEMS & Modeling
Jon Perry Air Permitting Considerations for Combustion Turbine Gas
Path Upgrades to Improve Output & Efficiency
(A9.5) Air Policy & Regulations

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