Hydrogen Systems of Power Plants-event
Hydrogen Systems for Power Plants – What you need to know, configuration and model practices
Wednesday, July 12, 2017 | 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm Online

Operating an electric power generator produces large amounts of heat that must be removed to maintain efficiency. Air, water and oil have all been used for cooling, but hydrogen’s low density, high specific heat and thermal conductivity make it a logical choice for this application. The problem is, hydrogen is highly flammable and can be dangerous when mixed with air.

This webinar will help the Power Plant owner to assess a plants hydrogen system from bulk storage through end use. The webinar will assist in identifying potential gaps that may create hazardous conditions in the existing systems as well as offer guidance on how to strengthen risk reduction measures for the use of hydrogen in power generation facilities.

Dennis Mason is a Professional Engineer and works as a Senior Property Engineer at AEGIS. He has over 26 years of fire protection loss control experience in the utility industry and over 31 years’ experience in the insurance industry. Dennis has held positions for Marsh Risk Consulting as a Senior Consultant and American Electric Power Service Corporation as a Corporate Fire Protection Engineer. Dennis has a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Michigan and an M.S in Fire Protection Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute. He is a registered Fire Protection Engineer in the States of Michigan and Ohio, a member of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), and a principal member on the NFPA 85 Correlating Committee and the Fundamentals Committee.