2018 CEMTEK KVB-Enertec™ Conference Week

This year’s CEMS & DAHS Seminar & Training was held at the Hilton Hotel-Costa Mesa in beautiful Southern California. We worked, we learned, we networked but most of all, we celebrated our amazing CEMS Industry!

The event brought together more than 50 Industry Leaders to share their expertise and offer hands on training. It also provided a valuable networking opportunity and set the stage for further CEMS business development.

The Conference Week spanned throughout four days and started off with a two day NetDAHS Comprehensive Seminar & Training and included a CEMS training specific for the Refinery Sector. The last two days consisted of in depth CEMS Seminar & Training for all other industries including power generation, cement manufacturing, steel and glass manufacturing, and many others. Various topics were covered each day including Regulatory Updates for Part 75 sources; discussions on the Future of Ammonia CEMS for SCAQMD Sources; Refinery Sector Rule Regulatory Update; Considerations for Improving SCR Performance; CEMS Operation, Maintenance and Best Practices and more than 50 different lectures and classes to choose from!

We had the honor of having many distinguished guest speakers including:

Charles Frushour from the EPA, Dipankar Sarkar from the South Coast Air Quality Management District

Eric Stevenson from Bay Area Air Quality Management District
Lawrence Muzio from Fossil Energy Research Company
Lucas Schnieder from Ameren Energy
and many more expert guest speakers!

All of our hard work was rewarded with various evening events where we celebrated CEMTEK’s 15 Year Anniversary and the acquisition of KVB-Enertec. We laughed, enjoyed amazing meals and entertainment, deepened friendships and formed new ones all while enjoying the beautiful Southern California scenery and weather!

Thank you to those of you who were in attendance at our 2018 Conference Week. Cemtek KVB-Enertec™ would like to express our gratitude for making it such a success and for all the wonderful feedback we received. Your comments and suggestions always have a positive impact in our curriculum and planning for future events.

If you were unable to make it to this year’s event, it is not too late to receive the benefits of our expertise. Please see below to review and download many of the informative papers presented during our conference week. There will be more posted as they become available. If you have any questions or would like any additional information, please feel free to contact us and we will be happy to assist you! Thank you and we look forward to seeing you at our next conference!

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