About the Webinar
Water is one of the key resource requirements for electric energy production through fuel-based power plants. Water use in a coal-based thermal power station dominantly for cooling application, ash disposal, de-mineralized water make-up and other consumptions.
The gap in water consumption intensity majorly depends on cooling methods is and ash disposal method. The water consumption in the plant is also coupled with electrical energy consumption in form of pumping power requirement. The webinar is to discuss about water use efficiency in coal-based thermal power stations and means to put a cap on water consumption intensity.
Date: 22nd April 2020
Time: from 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
- Water requirement for power production
- Need for water Balance Studies
- Water consumption intensity
- Pumping system performance
- Water & Energy Optimization
Sh. Avijit Nayak is working as Deputy Director at National Productivity Council since 2009 in Energy Management Group. The author holds MBA degree in Power Management, Post Graduation Certificate in Energy Management, and Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering. The author is Certified Energy Auditor and secured position among top 10 energy auditors in the 13th National Certification Examination for Energy Manager & Auditors.
He is a Certified Measurement & Verification Professional (CMVP) awarded by The Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) in conjunction with the Efficiency Valuation Organization (EVO). The author has also worked at Central Power Research Institute, Bangalore as Research Fellow prior to joining National productivity council. His experience includes energy auditing & conservation studies in thermal power stations, Steel & Iron Industries, industrial establishments and electrical distribution system.
How to Register?
Interested applicants can register for the webinar through this link.