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Hydrovision Open New Window
Nashville, TN
July 22 - 25, 2014

Hydrovision offers opportunities for professionals to network, discuss, and share best practices in issues pertaining to waterpower.

Event Hashtag: #HydroVision
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  • Wednesday, April 23, 2014

    The Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) announced today that Dr. Rosa Yang has been appointed an EPRI Fellow in recognition of her significant and sustained contributions to the global nuclear power industry. ...

  • Tuesday, April 8, 2014

    The Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) announced effective today that Denis P. O’Brien has been appointed chairman of the Board of Directors and Gil C. Quiniones as vice chairman....

 

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Hear From Our Experts

EPRI hosts more than 500 meetings a year, placing our experts in a variety of trade shows, seminars and panels across the world. Check in here for the most up to date information on where EPRI will be and what our experts are saying. From Boston to Los Angeles, New Orleans to Cleveland, and Tuscon to Denver, stay connected with us so that together, we can shape the future of electricity!

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 What They're Saying

 
  • Arshad Mansoor
  • Tom Alley
  • Arnout ter Schure
  • Lisa Edwards
  • Rob Trautz

"In looking at technologies that treat, reduce and recover water used in power plants, the Water Research Center at Plant Bowen is one area where collaboration with EPRI can bring innovation to life."

Arshad Mansoor
Senior Vice President, Research and Development

"One of our missions at EPRI is to ensure that we're helping fossil plant operators understand their options and technologies for the future."

Tom Alley
Vice President, Generation

"While amine-based solvents are being considered for CO2 control, measurement methods that are capable of accurately quantifying emissions must be identified and evaluated. EPRI is an important resource for utilities in understanding and performing these evaluations."

Arnout ter Schure
Project Manager, Air Quality

"EPRI's innovative cobalt sequestration resins have the potential to triple the rate at which certain radioactive substances can be removed from water streams in nuclear power plants, significantly enhancing worker safety."

Lisa Edwards
Senior Program Manager, Fuel & Chemistry

"EPRI is at the forefront of understanding the unknowns of carbon sequestration, including our important research in carbon monoxide intrusion in drinking water from CCS."

Rob Trautz
Senior Project Manager
 

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Clay C. Perry Clay C. Perry
Senior Media Relations Manager
Phone: 202-293-6184
Email: clperry@epri.com
Area of Expertise
  • General Media Inquiries
Jeff Brehm Jeff Brehm
Communications Manager
Phone: 704-595-2521
Email: jbrehm@epri.com
Area of Expertise
  • Fossil Fuels
  • Water
Chris Mahoney Chris Mahoney
Communications Manager
Phone: 704-595-2653
Email: cmahoney@epri.com
Areas of Expertise
  • Renewables
  • Environmental Responsibility
Brian Schimmoller Brian Schimmoller
Communications Manager
Phone: 704-595-2576
Email: bschimmoller@epri.com
Area of Expertise
  • Nuclear
 

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Winter 2013

The Quest for Accident-Tolerant Nuclear Fuels.

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