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GENERAL MEETING &

VISIT TO SPECTRO | JET-CARE LABORATORY

19 September 2019                                 



A General Meeting will take place at 1.30pm on Thursday

19 September at Spectro | Jet-Care, Hatchwood Place,

Farnham Road, Odiham, Hampshire, RG29 1AB to propose

a change to Rule 5.3 FELLOW.   


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After conclusion of the business Spectro | Jet-Care has

kindly offered members and guests the opportunity to

tour its facilities, including a visit to the laboratory to see

first-hand the analysis and oil testing.  A light lunch will be

available from 12.30pm.


Advance booking is essential stating the name and

company affiliation of all attendees.


Please contact the office to confirm your attendance

at the General Meeting and/or afternoon visit.

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.


2019/20 TECHNICAL

PAPERS PROGRAMME




It is intended that the programme includes

topics of interest to our membership and

the industry worldwide. In 2019 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.


IDGTE’s 10TH INTERNATIONAL GAS TURBINE CONFERENCE



“Operational Plant Optimisation & New Technology/Projects”

Wyboston Lakes, St Neots, UK - 26-27 November 2019


CALL FOR PAPERS


IDGTE now invites the submission of abstracts for papers to be presented at its 10th International Gas Turbine Conference to be held on 26 and 27 November 2019 at Wyboston Lakes, St Neots, UK.


This recognised and successful biennial event offers a unique opportunity to present a paper on the latest developments in gas turbine engineering, technology and application.  Your 200 word abstract should be sent to conferences@idgte.org by 31 August 2019.



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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.   Find out more>


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

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IDGTE SEMINAR:   THE ROLE OF MICROGRIDS IN FUTURE ENERGY SUPPLY SYSTEMS -

CAN AUTONOMOUS MICROGRIDS BECOME MAINSTREAM?

Thursday 26 September 2019, IGEM House, Kegworth


The seminar is aimed at providing a forum to cover the following aspects of the topic:


-Presentations by OEM companies who have extended their scope of supply to cover complete     systems

     -A view from National Grid - opportunities for autonomous microgrids

     -A market view from a project development perspective

     -An alternative view – prospects for new large very efficient CCGT plant

     -   Energy Storage – battery development in particular


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