ERK announces its 28th licensee Conference

25. May 2016

From 14th till 16th September 2016, ERK is going to host its 28th biannual licensee conference and workshop. We have chosen Berlin for this event, as we believe the current changes in the German energy system are of interest to many participants and are likely to occur similarly in other countries through the rising deployment of renewable energy systems.

The program will be comprehensive, ranging from technology solutions for the energy transition via improved design options for ERK boilers to expert reports and system optimisation. Key topics will include:

  • Breaking new ground in cooperation between ERK licensees, presentations on best practices.
  • New demands - new solutions, e.g. rapid response, power-to-heat, thermal energy storage and marine boilers.
  • Improving boiler design and performance, e.g. flue gas condensation, multi-fuel units, ERK Tube design and new cleaning devices.
  • Advances in modern combustion technologies, e.g. low NOx burners and flame detectors.
  • Expert reports on problems and damages, e.g. furnace design and flame impingement.

We are looking forward to meeting our licensees again to discuss business opportunities but also to build and maintain personal relationships with each other.

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