Branded by its organisers as the USA’s largest Energy, Utility and Environment Conference, the EUEC2016 was definitely an interesting event to attend. It took place on 3 - 5 February in sunny San Diego and attracted about 1500 delegates from energy and electric utilities, emission monitoring, consulting, government and regulatory and many more sectors.
With over 160 exhibits and 400 talks given in 11 parallel sessions, it was a very informative event. Technical topics included Air Policy and Regulations, Energy Policy and Security, Control Technologies, CEMS (Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems) and Air Quality, Mercury Control, Climate and CCS (Carbon Capture . . .