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Welcome to IDGTE

Our mission is to serve our members and the industry by encouraging the sharing of knowledge and advancing the design, development, manufacture, application, operation and maintenance of reciprocating internal combustion engines, gas turbines and their related fields. We strive to be the place where all involved in the power and engine industries can develop their knowledge in the field of diesel engines, gas engines, gas turbines and related technologies.


You are invited to be part of IDGTE. Join a unique professional organisation dedicated to your industry and extend your Continuous Professional Development (CPD) by participating in IDGTE meetings, technical visits and networking opportunities.


Join now: As a Member you get access to the on-line library and receive past technical papers published in the Power Engineer free of charge.  Pay no registration fee.


2018/19 TECHNICAL PAPERS PROGRAMME


It is intended that the programme includes topics of interest to our membership and the industry worldwide. In 2018 we plan to continue delivering high quality papers days as well as our seminars and conferences.  The theme of these events will include current and topical subjects relevant to members, plant users and today’s reciprocating engine and gas turbine industries.  


We invite you to send in your ideas and get involved in the organisation of these events.  You are invited to propose papers for consideration.


Your help is welcome and needed. To be part of the programme please contact IDGTE Bedford office with your comments now.


UK ENGINEERING 2016


In March 2016 ICE, IET and IMechE commissioned John Uff QC to lead a review of UK professional

engineering. In response the three institutions have agreed to put in place five work streams. These are:



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IDGTE AMBASSADORS


IDGTE needs people to volunteer to take on various very rewarding tasks that open opportunities for personal development and achievement of CPD.  


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If would like to become an IDGTE Ambassador please contact IDGTE Bedford office.



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AMaking the Right Connections:

  Addressing the Power Challenge of the 21st Century


  2nd May 2019



  IDGTE’s 2019 Technology Seminar and Annual Luncheon is to be held at the Grange Tower Bridge Hotel.  The day will commence

  at 10.00am with a seminar, followed by a 3-course luncheon and guest speakers in the afternoon.  


  The morning seminar will comprise a multi-stream programme covering a range of technologies and subject matter, so there will be

  something which is relevant to everyone’s business.


  The annual seminar and luncheon is well established as a key event in the calendar of the power and prime mover industries and is

  an occasion not to be missed. Book your place now and take the opportunity to catch up on the latest technology developments and

  to hear and engage with internationally renowned speakers, plus the chance to network with other members, clients, colleagues and

  friends, old and new.


  This year our Principal Guest:is Dr Susan Scurlock MBE, CEO & Founder of Primary Engineer and our Guest Speaker is

  Dallas Campbell,TV Science Presenter, Writer and Broadcaster.


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IDGTE OPERATIONAL REPORT 2018


IDGTE is pleased to announce that arrangements have been made for the 2018 operational report review meeting to be held at Cranfield University on the afternoon of

Thursday 20 June 2019.


The invitations for submission of returns has resulted in IDGTE receiving data for 231 reciprocating engines and 45 gas turbine installations over 59 sites worldwide. The 2018 report is to contain data for the years 2015, 2016, and 2017. We have received 445 data sets for recip engine plants and 117 data sets for gas turbine based plants. A draft report will be made available to members only before the meeting and this will discuss the statistics from these plants an operational experiences reported.


Members and guests are invited to register for the event now. Cranfield University has kindly offered to provide facilities and host the event and we need to reserve the limited number of places on a first come first served basis.


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