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STI Group To Attend Electric Power Conference and Exhibition 2014

STI Group will be attending the 2014 Electric Power Conference and Exhibition. The event will be starting on Tuesday, April 1st and will continue through Thursday, April 3rd. It will be held in New Orleans at the Morial Convention Center. STI Group is excited to be attending this event because it will be an important opportunity to create new relationships within the electric power industry as well as to strengthen existing ones. It will also be a great opportunity to learn about new trends and technology in the industry.

What Is the Electric Power Conference and Exhibition?

The Electric Power Conference and Exhibition is an annual conference presented by POWER magazine. It is a gathering of professionals and industry leaders in the electric power and energy industry. There will be 10 educational tracks for attendees: Track 1: The Future of Coal Generation Track 2: Gas Turbine, Reciprocating Engine, Combined Cycle Power Plants Track 3: Nuclear Power Track 4: Renewable Energy Track 5: Plant Operations & Maintenance Track 6: Emergency Response Track 7: Environmental Strategy and Compliance Technologies I Track 8: Environmental Strategy and Compliance Technologies II Track 9: Trends & Strategies Track 10: Combined Heat & Power/Co-generation The event is also co-located with several other important, related events, making it easy for attendees to visit these other events or network with their participants as well. The co-located events include:
  • EEI - Edison Electric Institute Loss Control/Fire Protection Task Force
  • EPEC - Electric Power Executive Conference
  • Plant Management Institute
  • PRB Coal Users’ Group
  • Women in Power
The theme of the event is "New opportunities. New ideas. New connections. New Orleans." The theme of everything being new makes the dynamic, innovative city of New Orleans the perfect setting for the event. It also extends to the many new developments, opportunities, and technological advancements that are trending in the electric power industry.

Who Are the Event Speakers?

There will be a number of very high profile, knowledgeable speakers at the 2014 Electric Power Conference and Exhibition. These speakers are the CEOs, presidents, vice presidents, and company leaders of some of the largest and most important energy companies in the nation. The 2014 speakers and their sessions will be: Chuck Barlow Job Title: Vice President, Environmental Policy and Strategy Company: Entergy Corporation Session Title: Environmental Mega Session: New Rules, New Regs, New Orleans Doyle Beneby Job Title: President & CEO Company: CPS Energy Session Title: Executive Roundtable James R. "Bob" Dalrymple Job Title: Sr. Vice President, Coal and Gas Operations Company: Tennessee Valley Authority Session Title: Executive Roundtable Brian Janous Job Title: Director of Energy Strategy Company: Microsoft Corporation Session Title: Keynote Session Thomas Kiernan Job Title: Chief Executive Officer Company: American Wind Energy Association Session Title: Executive Roundtable Bill Mohl Job Title: President, Wholesale Commodities Company: Entergy Corporation Session Title: Executive Roundtable John Ragan Job Title: President NRG Energy’s Gulf Coast Region and Executive Vice President Company: NRG SOUTH TEXAS LP Session Title: Executive Roundtable Rod West Job Title: Executive Vice President & Chief Administrative Officer Company: Entergy Corporation Session Title: Keynote Session

Why is STI Group Attending?

STI Group will be attending the event because the objectives and areas of focus of the conference perfectly align with STI Group’s own mission to serve the Power Generation sector of America's energy. A huge portion of that sector is the electric power industry. We feel that the event will help us serve our customers better by enhancing our network of connections and keeping us apprised of major developments in the electric power sphere.