To share our members’ technical expertise with engineers and technical staff from developing countries’ coal-fired power plants
From the improvements made on the efficiency and environmental performance of their fleets
For these reasons, the GSEP initiated a series of technical workshops to share this expertise with engineers and technical staff from coal-fired power plants in developing countries.
These workshop sessions were designed to facilitate the transfer of knowledge and technological know-how among experts. This was done through face-to-face discussions as well as through plant visits where participants met with plant engineers and technical staff who were directly involved in the implementation of the technologies and processes in question.
The workshop discussions, which included top engineers and technical experts from the GSEP, were at a substantive and detailed level so that lessons learned could be applied by the participants and result in tangible improvements in generating efficiency and reduction of air emissions. The workshops focused on the sharing of practical engineering experiences in actual power plants, with the possibility of following up and continuing a relationship beyond the workshop sessions.
This ten-day workshop took place at RWE from
This five-day workshop took place at AEP from May 21-25,