Consolidated Asset Management Services (CAMS) presented three different topics at the virtual Air & Waste Management Association’s (A&WMA) MEGA Symposium – Navigating the Emerging Energy Environment.
CAMS experts discussed the energy sector in times of disaster and pandemic, and the transformation of the energy landscape.
The A&WMA MEGA Symposium as a whole examined the various perspectives on electric power issues as the industry transitions to a cleaner footprint with advanced, cost-effective and reliable energy solutions. Challenges and opportunities will be discussed for new technologies such as renewables and batteries, traditional fossil-based power generation, and the intersection of new and existing energy sources.
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Powering Through COVID While Maximizing Employee Safety & Minimizing Operational Impacts During a Pandemic
Luke Henderson, CAMS
CAMS O&M East Region team shares operating experience on prioritizing the safety of our employees and maintaining operational readiness during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Decommissioning, Decontamination, and Demolition of Coal Plants
Nick Kemper, CAMS, and Jason Goldberg, FE Group
CAMS’ brownfield redevelopment team discusses the proven methods of decommissioning, decontamination, demolition and redevelopment of aging coal-fired power facilities in order to repower the property with renewable generation technology.
Old Smokey Power – Transforming Aging Power Plants
Peter Belmonte, CAMS
Today’s utilities and power generating companies need help transforming aging power plants through retirement, replacement, retrofitting or redevelopment. With power infrastructure in place, CAMS looks at all the generation options available to replace “old smokey power” and evaluates those costs and viabilities.
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