In its Workforce of the Future report two years in the past, analysis and consulting agency Deloitte highlighted the challenges dealing with all sectors as we enter what its calls “Industry four.zero,” a form of fourth industrial revolution however this time led by digitalization, automation and predictive analytics.
The subsequent POWERGEN+ digital sequence will give attention to the longer term energy plant workforce wants, methods to handle crews in the course of the pandemic and, value noting, the current heavy lifting already being accomplished by operations and upkeep personnel. Registration is free, open to the business, and classes are each dwell and archived for one yr.
More info on session specifics and presenters is forthcoming. POWERGEN is at all times looking out for utilities and their companions which might converse to their friends about tasks, case research and each aspect of energy technology from the plant to the turbine and past.
Below is the calendar for editorial classes in the February 17-18 sequence of POWERGEN+. Go to powergenplus.com for registration and extra info.
Theme: Workforce and Asset Management
– Session 1: Future Power Plant Workforce Needs and Challenges
– Session 2: Planning and Conquering Power Plant Outages
– Session three: COVID 19 Era Workforce
– Session four: Asset Management for Plant Life Extension
In April, POWERGEN+ will deal with points on optimizing plant efficiency and digital transformation within the business, each within the amenities and on distant. Check in with Power Engineering for extra particulars later.
Previous POWERGEN+ classes have targeted on points reminiscent of the way forward for hydrogen-fired technology, cybersecurity, on-site energy, upkeep wants and extra. Utilities which have offered within the 2020 POWERGEN+ classes embrace Grand River Dam Authority, AES, AEP, Avista, Ameren, Georgia Power, Cordova (Alaska) Electric Cooperative, National Grid, Vistra Energy and the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, amongst others. Sponsoring and presenting firms represented embrace Mitsubishi Power, Wartsila, UBC Millwrights and Siemens, amongst others.
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