Please note, the date for this event has change! We have moved this Seminar to April 12th 2018!!
Under the patronage of IAEA (UN, Wien) and in cooperation with KWS, PowerTech Training Center (Essen) in April 12th 2018 in Essen/Germany the first seminar reviewing Desalination powered by nuclear Energy will be organized.
Desalination salty water requires still energy. Efficiencies have been developing very much during the last decades, but supplying big volumes of water needs equivalent structures of energy.
Due to this co-generation set up the first time DME does organizes a seminar showing the existing co-generation plants combining desalination and Nuclear Power, reviewing Risks, limits and options and upcoming technical and commercial opportunities.
More details and the program will be published here.
Start 08:30 Registration
09:00 – 09:15 Welcome address -Uwe Möller, KWS
09:15 -09:35 History and status of installations IAEA, Ibrahim Khamis (A)
09:35 -09:55 Ongoing planning and installations IAEA, Ibrahim Khamis (A)
09:55 -10:10 Questions
10:10 – 10:30 Process vs Project integration, DME GmbH, Claus Mertes
10:30 – 10:50 State of the Art Desalination Technology (MED/MSF/RO), STEP Consulting, Dr. Süleyman Yüce,
10:50 -11:05 Questions
11:05 -11:20 Coffee
11:20 -11:40 Reactor safety research in Germany, overview GRS, Katharina Stummeyer (D)
11:40 -12:00 State of the Art Nuclear Power (HTR) Jochen Michels (D)
12:00 -12:15 Questions
12:15 -13:15 Lunch
13:15 -13:35 Co-Generation of Water and Hydogen (TSHTE) Dr. Urban Cleve
13:35 -13:55 Small Reactors and Co-Generation, VGB PowerTech e.V., Dr. Ludger Mohrbach (D)
13:55 -14:10 Questions
14:10 -14:25 Coffee
14:25 -14:45 Projects in practice being discussed, All participants
14:45 -15:05 Penal discussion (Moderated)