Nationwide Boiler’s 2020 trade show tour officially begins next week, and we will be exhibiting at four separate events in the first quarter of the year. We aim to attend multiple industry focused conferences and tradeshows to showcase the many products and services we have available to each industry, and these upcoming events are ones you won’t want to miss.
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Summer is officially here, typically a season jam-packed with tradeshows and conferences for Nationwide Boiler. With effects of the COVID-19 pandemic changing the way many businesses and organizations operate, event coordinators have had to make tough decisions to either cancel, postpone, or reorganize and host their events on a virtual platform. As they say in show business, “the show must go on!”, and we are happy to announce that Nationwide Boiler is participating in two virtual tradeshow events this summer.
This is the first year that Nationwide Boiler is participating in the Downstream Conference, originally scheduled to be in Houston this month. The show has gone virtual and we are excited to be participating in our first virtual event along with more than 50 other companies.
Downstream will be hosting new remote virtual access Q&As, breakout sessions, workshops, and audience polls, accessible right from your computer. The tracks being offered are focused on the latest services and technology solutions that will benefit across your entire plant lifecycle. Come and join us on June 9-11 for an opportunity to connect with fellow attendees and potential new partners. And the best news yet, registration is free! Sign up today and visit all of the virtual exhibitors to be a part of this exciting new virtual tradeshow experience.
Every year, IDEA hosts an industry-wide conference that deals with topics of relevance to its members which includes general sessions, seminars, workshops, user groups and event-specific breakout groups. Although originally planned to take place in Washington DC, IDEA2020 has moved to a virtual platform.
On June 24, join IDEA members and professionals in the district energy, CHP and microgrid industries as we all come together to share experiences, explore new solutions, and learn from each other. IDEA2020 Virtual Town Hall provides the ideal space for industry leaders, energy and environmental experts and business partners from around the globe to discuss the "New Vision for District Energy".
Nationwide Boiler will be part of the virtual exhibition this year and we are ready to discuss how we can support your next project. You can view our company profile under the virtual exhibition, and be sure to join in during the live panel discussions on June 24!
<font="10">The following lists of upcoming events revolved around energy efficiency and emission reductions.
CHP Conference, November 1-3, 2010 - Austin, Texas
The U.S. EPA Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Partnership along with the U.S. DOE Gulf Coast Clean Energy Application Center are co-hosting a Combined Heat and Power conference in Austin, TX during November 1 - November 3, 2010. Registration is free for the conference and attendees can expect to hear from industry professionals and policy experts on key areas including heat recovery technologies, CHP in industrial applications, CHP and district energy (campus and institutional), financing incentives, case-studies and free tours of CHP installations.
Details can be found by clicking:
EPA website: http://www.epa.gov/chp/events/meeting_nov0210.html
US DOE Clean Energy Application Center website: http://www.gulfcoastcleanenergy.org/NewsEvents/2010CHPTradeShow/tabid/1808/Default.aspx
NOx, Boilers, & Energy Efficiency Webinar, November 5, 2010 (hosted by Enovity)
This 60-minute webinar will review the NOx regulations in California's Bay Area and San Joaquin Valley. Julian Elliot, a representative from the Bay Area Air Quality Management District, will discuss how current and upcoming regulations will impact boilers in the Bay Area. The webinar will continue with a discussion on the benefits related to combining boiler efficiency upgrades with NOx compliance projects. The webinar will conclude with an introduction to Enovity's Boiler Efficiency Program and a discussion of the available rebates and incentives available for facility/plant owners.
To sign-up for this free webinar or for additional details, click:
District Energy and CHP Seminar, November 18, 2010 - St. Paul, Minnesota
The Minnesota Department of Commerce Office of Energy Security along with the U.S. Department of Energy Midwest Clean Energy Application Center and the International District Energy Association are hosting a one day seminar on November 18, 2010. The seminar is targeted for facility managers of colleges and hospitals who want to increase energy efficiency and cut their carbon emissions. Topics will include technologies and concepts, project development, project financing, working with the utilities, and a discussion on available support resources tools.
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Nationwide Boiler marked the end of 2009 with the annual Power-Gen International trade show in Las Vegas. This year's show attracted over 18,000 people during the three day event and Nationwide experienced a high volume of booth traffic the opening day, which continued throughout the week. Overall, despite rumors that a few of the major show sponsors had decided not to attend, Power-Gen proved beneficial. Along the way, it gave our sales and engineering teams the opportunity to meet with old and new customers as well as with many of our valued sales representatives, industry representatives, vendors and suppliers. If you had a chance to stop by our booth, we thank you! Be sure to mark your calendar for next year's show in Orlando, Florida December 13-16th.
Moving onward into 2010, Nationwide is looking forward to many new opportunities to help solve challenging problems and provide emergency service and support to our customers. Last year we were able to provide immediate support to customers with a variety of needs, both for planned or in many instances, unplanned situations. This included the delivery of boilers across the world as far as Australia and Qatar and involved rental equipment for customers stricken by floods or other catastrophic events. In addition, Nationwide Environmental Solutions easily solved challenging air emissions requirements with the CataStak SCR systems, once again proving that the CataStak can handle any application, whether it is boiler, turbine or heater related.
Ultimately, we have done our best to live up to our values of â€œintegrity, dependability, and real customer serviceâ€ while continuing to stay innovative and in touch with our customers and the issues they face. To aid in these goals, we are increasing our boiler inventory and will have an even larger selection of new packaged watertube boilers for sale. We are also expanding our rental fleet with the most recent addition of an 800 hp Cleaver-Brooks, 200 psi firetube boiler. Lastly, we are continually on the look out to find new ways to improve our business and our equipment. This includes new maintenance techniques and procedures to help guarantee that when our equipment is delivered, it is delivered 100% problem free. These items have all helped us maintain a leadership position in our industry for the last forty years and we hope that we will continue to thrive and exceed our customer's expectations for another forty years.
If you have any suggestions on what we can do to improve our business, service or support, please send us an email, give us a call, or fill out an online quality quiz. We value your opinion and are happy to speak to you about anything on your mind.