Engine technology seminar, part 2

Business and Innovations

Future marine and land-based energy systems will be complex comprising a wide variety of energy resources like renewables, hybrid systems, centralized and local energy generation, peaking power, and storages.

In those systems, flexible combustion engine-based power plants will have an important role in generating fluctuating peak shaving and back-up power to meet unpredictable and short-noticed demand peaks and to control and stabilize the grids. A large number of new sustainable fuels are developed for engine use.

The Combustion Engine Branch Group of the Technology Industries of Finland arranges a seminar on topics concerning power generation with gas and diesel driven technologies. In the seminar, experts and researchers present the newest results and discuss the potential of engine-driven power technologies.

The seminar will be held in Vaasa, Finland, as part of the Vaasa EnergyWeek on Thursday, March 21, 2019. The seminar is free of charge and open for all interested listeners.

Art Hall (Vaasa City Hall)
Senaatinkatu 1, behind Vaasa City Hall
Thursday 21 March
14:00 - 15:00
Free of charge

Janne Suomela

Project Manager, Vaasan yliopisto/VEBIC
tel: +358 29 449 8142

EnergyWeek 2019 schedule

  • Topics:
  • 9 - 10
  • 10 - 11
  • 11 - 12
  • 12 - 13
  • 13 - 14
  • 14 - 15
  • 15 - 16
  • 16 - 17
  • 17 - 18
  • 18 - 19
Music hall
9 - 11
Opening of EnergyWeek
11 - 13
Technology neutral auction system for renewable energy production
14 - 15
Solar energy projects and hybrid energy production solutions
Art Hall
9 - 11
Circular Economy
12 - 14
Circular Economy 2
14 - 16
VES Digitalization Hackathon
17 - 18
Energy & Innovation Awards
Meeting r.
10 - 18
Energy Match
Music hall
10 - 12
Future city seminar
12 - 14
Future Grid seminar
Mirror Hall
12 - 14
Smart Energy Innovation Dialogue
Art Hall
9 - 11
Future Battery Solutions X GigaVaasa
13 - 15
The Smart Technology Hub – A Place for Co-creation and Collaboration
16 - 18
The Research Exhibition of Energy