On-site power pavilion presented by EGSA: reciprocating engines for a reliable microgrid

POWERGEN International is committed to supporting the mission of the Electrical Generating Systems Association (EGSA) of raising awareness of both on-site and distributed generation's place within the overall electric power generation industry. This happens in three ways:

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Exhibit floor

On the exhibit floor

The dedicated on-site power pavilion hosted by EGSA features EGSA-member companies that offer product and services related to on-site power, standby power, and distributed energy resources. View a sample list of our current EGSA-member exhibitors below.

ComAp
Booth #839

Crestchic Loadbanks USA
Booth #755

John Deere Power Systems
Booth #655

Leroy Somer/Kato Engineering
Booth #1547

Origin Engines
Booth #1647

Thomson Power Systems
Booth #939

Diesel Radiator Company

Doosan Portable Power

Trystar

MATCH!

MATCH!

Customized and concierge-arranged meeting experience, MATCH!, connects exhibitors with vetted, key influencers called POWERGEN International Elite, who are actively sourcing specific products and services offered by EGSA member companies. 

Summit tracks

In the content program

Educational sessions are offered in the exhibit hall's Knowledge Hubs and in the full-program summit and include topics relevant to the on-site and distributed generation industry. A committee of industry-seasoned individuals, including EGSA members, are working with Clarion in the development of the on-site power related content.

Educational content focusing on on-site power

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On-site power track

This track focuses at the center point of flexible generation. Gensets—whether diesel, gas or dual-fuel—are evolving to meet new needs...

microgrids track

Microgrids track

The rapid growth and development of microgrids is driven by various needs and goals within utilities. Some find the integrated...

knowledge hub

Knowledge Hub: Decentralized energy, energy storage, microgrids, and on-site power

Details coming soon.

A reciprocating engine (r)evolution!

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There is a resurgence of interest among energy users and utilities in distributed energy resources, driven by:
• Transmission and distribution grid constraints
• Increased need for more spinning reserves
• Addition of intermittent renewable energy sources
For large on-site power system suppliers (including manufacturers of reciprocating engines), this resurgence is huge for business growth. 
We're providing the perfect venue for power system suppliers to meet and interact with buyers of products and services related to distributed energy and combined heat and power (CHP). With #POWERGEN19 in New Orleans, LA, a city rich in natural gas, biogas, and other gaseous fuels, targeted discussions around the use of gaseous fuel in reciprocating engines will be a very hot topic.

On-site power in the news

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Article by: Power Engineering

On-site, standby and emergency power generators have been a crucial part of the electricity mix dating back to the 19th century. They now serve as indispensable backup...