Mr Peterseim’s paper will investigate the feasibility of concentrated solar power (CSP) and energy fromwaste plants from a technical perspective, and he will explore the economic and social benefits of hybrid power plant
EcoGen 2011 is pleased to announce that Juergen Peterseim, PhD candidate at the University of Technology Sydney, will present a paper to delegates at the clean energy industry’s premier Conference and Exhibition, to be held from 5–7 September at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Mr Peterseim’s paper will investigate the feasibility of concentrated solar power (CSP) and energy fromwaste plants from a technical perspective, and he will explore the economic and social benefits of hybrid power plants.
With a focus on how fuel hybridisation can overcome the low capacity factor and specific investment problem of CSP plants, Mr Peterseim will bring a high level of technical knowledge and scientific detail to EcoGen 2011.
Mr Peterseim completed his Industrial Engineering Degree in 2003, and has since worked in the field of industrial ecology with a focus on heat recovery systems, energy from biomass and waste, as well as CSP.
5 reasons to attend EcoGen 2011
Hear from the key policy makers, decision makers and international experts at the first major clean energy event since the announcement of the Federal Government’s carbon pricing plan
Network with your industry during two fast-paced speed networking sessions; and at two formal social events – the Opening Cocktail Evening; and the EcoGen 2011 Gala Dinner and Awards Night
Be entertained at the Gala Dinner by Wil Anderson’s razor sharp wit and hilarious social commentary
See the latest in clean energy technology products and services at the sold-out EcoGen 2011 Exhibition Hall
Watch sparks fly at The Great Clean Transport Debate, to be held prior to the Gala Dinner at the EcoGen 2011 Exhibition Hall, and hosted by the Green Collar Think Tank.