International attendees

Our valued attendees traveling from abroad face additional travel fees and setbacks. Fortunately, we offset those with deeply reduced rates and logistical help.

International Full Summit (Non US Residents ONLY)

(Before Sept 20)

$600 (Sept 21 - Nov 17)
$650 (After Nov 17)

As an International attendee, you are automatically qualified for a reduced priced option for your full conference registration. This price is only available for international attendees. 


• Access to all summit sessions
• Lunch voucher (Tues. & Wed.)
• Access to online summit proceedings
• Access to the exhibition hall, including exhibit hall reception
• Access to all knowledge hubs on the floor
• Access to both keynotes
• Access to mega-sessions
• 8 PDH credits

2019 Summit sessions

Seven hand-selected, timely and relevant topical tracks designed to keep your experience organized, productive and... on track. We understand you don't want to leave a single stone unturned. So, here is your first step in prioritizing your list. Attendees registered as full conference delegates are eligible to receive 8 hours of professional development hour (PDH) credits. Instructions on how to access your certificate of completion will be automatically emailed to all eligible conference delegates following POWERGEN International.

The summit sessions are organized into multiple concurrent session tracks, including:

• Digital transformation of the power plant 
• Microgrids 
• The future of coal-fired generation

• Energy storage breakthroughs
• On-site power

• Gas-fired turbines and plants
• Optimizing plant performance

Important information

International Buyer Delegations


The U.S. Department of Commerce and Clarion welcome international buyer delegations to POWERGEN International. This U.S. government-industry joint effort is designed to stimulate U.S. exports by promoting major U.S. industry exhibitions to international markets. POWERGEN International is supported by the U.S. Department of Commerce, further emphasizing POWERGEN International’s importance to the global power industry.

Visa Information

Visa Information

Some registrants from outside the U.S. will need to apply for a visa at the American Embassy, consulate, or other visa-issuing office in their country of origin. To obtain a visa, you will need a letter of invitation (see below), a valid passport, a photo ID and Form DS 156 (nonimmigrant visa application form). A visa is not required for visitors from countries participating in the Visa Waiver Program. Visit the USA Visa Website for specific information on how to apply for a visa.

Visa Application Tips:
If you are planning to attend, apply for your visa as soon as possible. Attaching evidence of any previous visits to our event may help shorten the application processing time. Attaching evidence of your intended trip home can shorten the application processing time


Letter of Invitation Application

Letter of Invitation Application

If the U.S. State Department requires you to apply for a visa, please allow at least 90 days prior to the beginning of the event to visit the U.S. Embassy in your country to begin the application process. Before visiting the U.S. Embassy, you will need a letter of invitation to attend. To receive this letter you must register and pay the registration fee in full for the conference. As soon as your funds clear our bank, a letter of invitation can be requested by filling out the Letter of Invitation Application. Please complete the application in full and submit the form to the Registration Department as indicated on the form.