Regulatory Changes are Challenging Coal-Fired Power Plant Shutdowns – Identify Your Best Opportunities to Comply!
Assess decommissioning, decontamination and demolition costs, and maximize resale value of plant assets and recovery strategies
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Reports suggest that the number of coal plants slated for shut down is five times greater than what the EPA predicted when its regulations were put in place. Coal-fired electric generating plants will be shut down across 32 states and with the introduction of the Coal Combustion Residuals (CCR) rules in December 2014 to ensure the safe management of disposed coal ash, many utilities and IPPs are tasked with forming plans to deactivate, decommission, demolish, and remediate sites while minimizing public safety and environmental risks, while considering what action to take with the CCR regulations.
To address these questions, Infocast presents the 4th Plant DDD: Managing the Power Plant Decommissioning, Decontamination & Demolition Process, which again will bring plant and decommissioning project managers together with utilities, leaders in environmental remediation, demolition and investment recovery. These key industry leaders will gather to provide lessons learned and key takeaways on key issues such as: identifying environmental and safety risks, integrating liability management into the project and contracting structures, assessing plant shutdown costs and retirement obligations, and managing the decommissioning process. They will provide guidance on the bidding process, contracting and engineering. Power companies will get a chance to learn how to recover their investments from aging facilities, materials and equipment, thereby minimizing costs.
Building on the success of our previous meetings in New Orleans, Baltimore and Chicago, the fourth event promises to be even bigger and better than ever. Attend and take advantage of this rare opportunity!
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