Advanced Power Generation Technology Forum

cleaner fuels for power and industry

APGTF Strategy 2014

Cleaner Fossil Power Generation in the 21st Century – Moving Forward

A technology strategy for carbon capture and storage. January 2014.

Available for download here.

Past Events

December 2016:

Workshop: Power generation (coal, gas, and biomass) under increasingly stringent emissions regulations, 6th December.

The presentations are now available to view and download from the CRF website.

October 2015:

Carbon Capture and Storage: What role for R&D in delivering cost-competitive CCS projects in the UK in the 2020's?

Click here for more information.

March 2014:

14th Annual APGTF Workshop 2014: 'The Role of Fossil Fuel Power Plant in Providing Flexible Generation'

The Agenda and presentations for the above Workshop are now available to view and download.

February 2013:

13th Annual APGTF Workshop 2013: 'Carbon Capture & Storage – a Showcase of UK Research & Development’

The Agenda and presentations for the above Workshop are now available to view and download.

March 2011:

2nd Knowledge Transfer Network Workshop on National Ambitions for Power Generation in the UK.

The Agenda and presentations for the above Workshop are now available to view and download.

 

IPA CCS Skills Study

In 2010, Doosan Babcock, in conjunction with the Industrial and Power Association (IPA), conducted an assessment of the economic benefits, employment possibilities and skills needs arising from a major global programme of carbon capture and storage (CCS). Download the IPA CCS Skills Study document.

Knowledge Transfer Network Workshop on National Ambitions for Power Generation in the UK, 2011

Power Generation in the UK post-2020

The Conference Centre, 1 Victoria Street, London | Tuesday 15th March 2011

08.50-09.20 Registration and Coffee
09.20 Chairman's Introduction, Bob Sorrell, VP Public partnerships, BP
Part 1 What the UK must do to achive its long term targets
09.35 Pathways out to 2050, David MacKay, DECC Chief Scientist
09.55 Panel on 2050 pathways
Richard Knight, Strategy Manager, ETI
Jim Skea, Research Director, UKERC
David MacKay
10.25 Economics, affordability and security of supply, Jeremy Nicholson, Director, Energy Intensive Users Group, EFF
10.45 Q&A and Discussion
10.55-11.10 Coffee and refreshments
Part 2 What should the UK be doing, what is it planning to do and what are the issues
11.10 View from a power generator, Tim Pyke, Head of Climate Change, E.ON-UK
11.25 View from a manufacturer, Charles Soothill, SVP Technology, Alstom Power
11.40 View from Academia, Geoff Hammond, Professor, University of Bath
11.55 View from a NGO, Nicholas Molho, Head of Energy Policy, WWF-UK
12.10 Q&A and Discussion
12.20-13.20 Lunch + Posters
Part 3 Setting and Meeting carbon budgets and preparing for the impacts of climate change
13.20 Carbon budgets and pathways to 2050, David Kennedy, Chief Executive, Committee on Climate Change
Part 4 Views from each sector on what needs t obe achieved and what can be achieved
13.40 The Energy Generation and Supply KTN, Brian Cane, KTN Director
13.50 Offshore wind, wave and tidal, Paul McKeever, R&D Manager, Narec
14.05 CATs/CCS, Jeff Chapman, Chief Executive, CCSA
14.20 Oil & gas in the UK post 2020, Alex Kemp, Professor, University of Aberdeen
14.35 Fuel cells and hydrogen, Graham Cooley, Chief Executive, ITM Power
14.50 Nuclear, Paul Howarth, Managing Director, National Nuclear Laboratory
15.05 New technologies, Jeff Hardy, Knowledge Exchange Manager, UKERC
15.20-15.40 Tea and refreshments
Part 5 Do we have a plan and can it be achieved?
15.40 Introduction to Delegates Discussion Session, Chairman
15.45 PANEL/DISCUSSION SESSION
16.50 Close

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