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30 April 2020, Taj Palace - New Delhi
Theme: Strategies for Superior Performance

Objectives 
Provide a platform for the Indian power sector for continuous interaction on technical aspects related to performance improvement.
Disseminate the information about latest retrofit technologies and techniques
Share the Best Practices

Focus Areas
Latest trends & technologies for improving the performance of thermal power plant
Services offered by Indian & International service providers
Best O&M practices and case studies from leading Indian thermal power plants 

Technical Sessions:
Boiler & combustion technologies
Boiler accessories
Turbine & Generator
Turbine accessories & diagnostics systems
Plant performance improvement through operation & maintenance
Retrofitting & up gradation
Environment management

Target Audience:
About 200 participants are expected to participate
O&M personnel from leading Indian thermal power plants
State Electricity Boards
Independent power producers
Captive thermal power plants

Benefits:
Exposure to the state of the art technologies, services available for performance improvement in thermal power plants
Learning about latest techniques for efficiency and overall improvement in their plants
Sharing of experience with operating and maintenance personnel from the best performing power plants 

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Thermal Power O&M 2020

AN OVERVIEW

The good O&M practices at thermal power stations have significance not only in terms of achieving high levels of performance parameters but also for ensuring the good health of the equipment at the power stations. Over the years, the power stations show deterioration in their performance due to ageing factor. The conditions of such power plants get further deteriorated if proper O&M practices are not followed in their operation. Improved O&M practices are also needed to sustain performance of rehabilitated power plants. Improving performance through interventions aimed at strengthening of O&M practices coupled with required R&M interventions is the quick and least cost alternative for augmenting the availability of power. This requires multiple interventions across various aspects including people, technology, process and infrastructure etc

Most of the state sector power utilities display a wide spectrum of operational practices in India having critical gaps in several key operational areas heading to reduce plant performance including efficiency, generation and availability. There is significant scope for improving overall performance of the underperforming State run power plants through strengthening of their O&M practices. Such O&M strengthening practices include various aspects like technology, O&M planning, conditional monitoring, preventive maintenance, O&M procedure, enhancement in technical and managerial skills of O&M personnel and infrastructure / facilities improvement.

In India, the overall efficiency of coal-based power plants ranges from 28 per cent to 35 per cent, depending on factors like plant size, operational practices used and the capacity utilisation factor. For optimum performance, the upkeep of all components and equipment should be strictly in compliance with the operations and maintenance (O&M) manuals and guidelines provided by the original equipment manufacturer (OEM). However, when plants have operated machines for as long as they have in India, they develop their own experience and exposure, which they use with future equipment.

Over the years, without proper O&M practices, power plant equipment and performance has deteriorated. Therefore, the adoption of effective O&M practices has become particularly relevant for sustaining the performance of rehabilitated power plants. 

Operational practices vary widely among utilities, with the better managed ones exhibiting superior systems and procedures, and others facing critical gaps in many areas, resulting in lower availability, generation and energy efficiency.

This also leads to increased oil/coal and auxiliary power consumption. Most utilities still do not pay the required attention to energy efficiency. Energy audits are not carried out, and heat rate and specific oil consumption targets for the stations are not monitored. As such, unit-wise energy efficiency parameters are not identified and addressed. Auxiliary power consumption is not measured on an actual basis and is generally computed by deducting sent out energy from the total energy generated. In the absence of any proper analysis, measures for improvement cannot be identified.

Conclusion

All state utilities operating TPPs have adopted their own set of standards and practices over the past many decades, each of which has resulted in varying degrees of efficiency. Going forward, they need very individual and specific recommendations to find the optimal O&M process that will enhance the life of plant machinery and equipment...

THE PURPOSE

Thermal Power O&M - 2020 shall outline O&M best practices that enhance asset management and can protect the life of power plant equipment to the desired life-cycle of 30 years.

Presentations from best O&M practices include following well-established operating procedures, minimising frequent cold start-ups, reducing prolonged period of operating the unit with low load and operating the unit beyond the design limit, cycling the unit per OEM´s recommendation, following condition-based monitoring, introducing online monitoring system, periodic condition assessment - NDE, maintaining proper water chemistry, utilising proper spares, operating controllable parameters per OEM´s guidelines and staying well within the O&M budgeted cost shall be delivered during the two day interactive sessions.

The discussion shall also include implementation of proper cycle chemistry to prevent boiler tube failures without causing significant loss to the company, annual plant audit, implement preventive maintenance program, and reduce forced outages, RLA assessment and comprehensive cost analysis study performed including damaging cost on annual basis.

Mission Energy Foundation take privilege to announce the 5th Edition of Thermal Power O&M – Conference – Awards that is scheduled on 16 April 2020 at Taj Palace - New Delhi; which is again expected to attract participants worldwide focusing on O&M best practices that enhance asset management and can protect the life of power plant equipment to the desired life-cycle of 30 years. A day of 360 degree technical discussions will be packed with multiple networking opportunities among regional and international guests.

The objective of TPP O&M 2020 is to review of experience in strengthening of O&M practices in thermal power stations in India has been one of the core activities of the above project to highlight the benefits and experiences in the interventions by the concerned power utilities for strengthening of their O&M practices.

History of Thermal Power O&M Conferences...

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Past Participants...

Throughout the last 12 years Mission Energy Foundation have delivered successful platforms of knowledge dissemination gathering who's who from Entrepreneurs to Academicians to Government Authorities to Technology Providers to Consultants to Industry Professionals from the growing energy sector globally.

Past Participants...

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Sponsor Now!

Sponsoring this THERMAL POWER O&M - 2020 will make your company stand out as a leader in this burgeoning industry and will leave a strong impression of your brand in key decision makers minds. Sponsors have an incredible amount of presence and it will not only give your company optimum exposure but also the opportunity for delegates to meet you and your executives to find out more about your role and business opportunities in the sector.

Gain PUBLICITY with our advertising and promotional campaigns
Obtain DIRECT ACCESS to potential clients during and after with our meticulously prepared confidential delegate list
Receive a KEY SPEAKING POSITION to address an audience of top executives and decision makers from the industry
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NETWORKING with the industries leading Government Officials, Senior Level Delegates and Experts
Achieve GREATER EXPOSURE and BRAND BUILDING through our partners and much more

SPONSORSHIP OPTIONS

Contact
Shri S Dalvi , President Partnerships & Legal Counsel  
dalvi@missionenergy.org / +91 9769310944

INR 645000 / USD 9950

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Logo on Conference Website
Corporate Banner in Networking Area
Merchandise Distribution
Screening of Company Film
Circulation of Company Literature
Thanking Announcements
Speaking Opportunity - Day 1
Panel Discussion Moderator
Exhibit Space (6x2 Mtr.)

INR 545000 / USD 8950

5 Delegate Passes
Logo on Brochure Cover Page
Logo on Brochure Inside Page
Logo on Conference Backdrop
Logo on Registration Desk Backdrop
Logo on Conference Website
Banner in Networking Area
Merchandise Distribution
Screening of Company Film
Circulation of Company Literature
Thanking Announcements
Speaking Opportunity - Day 2
Panel Discussion Panelist
Exhibit Space (3x2 Mtr.)

INR 445000 / USD 6950

3 Delegate Passes
Logo on Brochure Cover Page
Logo on Conference Backdrop
Logo on Conference Website
Circulation of Company Literature
Thanking Announcements
Panel Discussion Panelist

INR 345000 / USD 5950

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Logo on Brochure Cover Page
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Logo on Conference Website
Circulation of Company Literature
Thanking Announcements

INR 245000 / USD 3950

Logo on Brochure Cover Page
Logo on Conference Website
Circulation of Company Literature
Thanking Announcements

Past Sponsors...

Power Plant Performance Awards - 2020

Power Plant Performance Awards - 2020 has been developed with a view to accord recognition to utilities based on their all round performance by integrating the operational parameters like Peaking Plant Load Factor, Secondary Oil Consumption, Auxiliary Power Consumption and Station Heat Rate. Design station heat rate would be considered for evaluation.

OBJECTIVE
Power Plant Performance Awards – 2020 in its present
form is intended to foster the competitive spirit amongst various power stations so as to encourage them to improve performance in all spheres of their working. The Awards would also help in evolving benchmarks for various performance indices..

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Award Categories - 2020

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Power Plant Performer ≤ 500 MW – COAL

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Power Plant Performer ≥ 500 MW – COAL

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Power Plant Performer ≤ 500 MW – LIGNITE

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Power Plant Performer ≥ 500 MW – LIGNITE

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Power Plant Performer ≤ 500 MW – CCGT

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Power Plant Performer ≥ 500 MW – CCGT

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Power Plant Performer – COAL (CPP)

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Power Plant Performer – CCGT (CPP)

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Service Provider
– Technology

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Service Provider
– O&M

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Service Provider
– Design & Engg

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Life Time Achievement Award

Important Dates

01 February 2020
1100 Hrs Nomination Opens

20 March 2020
1700 Hrs Nomination Closes

30 April 2020
1630 Hrs Winners Shall be awarded

KEY DATES TO REMEMBER

The Winners of Power Stations Performance Awards - 2020 shall be honoured on the day of the conference i.e., 30 April 2020.

Submit Power Point Presentation in form of CASE STUDY showcasing the work done in the selected category of award nomination that have helped you to achieve better results to help@missionenergy.org within 10 days of your nomination.

Past Winners...

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DELEGATE REGISTRATION

Indian Delegate:
INR 22500 Per Delegate + 18% GST

Overseas Delegate:
USD 550 Per Delegate

Group Discount
5% for 3+ participants
10% for 7+ participant

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AWARD NOMINATION

Indian Company:
INR 26500 Per Categories + 18% GST

Overseas Company:
USD 750 Per Categories

Category Discount
5% for 2+ categories
10% for 5+ categories

- ORGANISER -

The Organisation
Mission Energy Foundation is a persistent, private, not-for-profit endeavour based in Mumbai, India. We are registered under sec 25 (1), 80G & 12AA respectively.

The Begining
A single man army with its mission to build platforms of discussion, exchange knowledge among industry professionals on core issues pertaining to growing energy sector.

GOAL
Mission Energy Foundation is a micro-enterprise initiative that strives to spread knowledge in the globalising energy sector. We educate and spread technology awareness through ongoing contacts and discussions with the public and industry concerning what the future of the growing energy sector should be...

Today
A human asset working together as one endeavour that expertise in organising and delivering successful international summits involving who's who from Entrepreneurs to Academicians to Government Authorities to Technology Providers to Consultants to Industry Professionals from the growing energy sector globally.

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