POWERGEN International Abstracts FAQ

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POWERGEN International Abstracts FAQ


When submitting your abstract, please choose a first and second choice category based on the best fit for your abstract topic. Your abstract will be submitted to both subcommittees for review and consideration. POWERGEN International offers two types of session formats: individual and panel presentations. The committee will develop all sessions, choosing to make them individual or panel presentations.


 The committee will choose three individually submitted abstracts. Individually submitted abstracts will be selected to present for 20-25 minutes each. It is recommended to have a primary presenter and no more than one co-presenter per individual presentation.


Abstracts submitted as a panel should include the names of a panel moderator and up to four panelists. The abstract submitter will be required to organize all panelists. Submitted panelists must be confirmed when presentation is submitted for consideration. If a panel presentation abstract is accepted, it will make up a full 90-minute session.

 INDIVIDUAL PRESENTATION FOR KNOWLEDGE HUBS (Presentation Theatres in the Exhibit Hall)

 The committee will choose individually submitted abstracts to be presented for 20-25 minutes in the Knowledge Hubs. Each Knowledge Hub presentation will be a stand-alone session with a five-minute Q&A with the audience after the presentation is completed. 


The POWERGEN International Program Committee conducts a thorough review of all submissions and will select those strongest in technical content, market relevance and conciseness of the abstract.

Preference is given to submissions featuring utility personnel as presenters.

Abstracts deemed commercial in nature will not be selected.



Complimentary registration (provided to one presenter per individual presentation and up to five people per panel presentation including panel moderator.) Includes access to the conference sessions, delegate lunches, exhibit hall, exhibit hall receptions and conference proceedings.
Exposure to a high-level audience
Opportunity to share learned knowledge


Speakers agree to meet all deadlines provided by conference management including returning required forms and submitting biography information and presentations for the conference proceedings and moderator review. Panel presenters are not required to submit a file for the proceedings but will be required to submit a biography.
Speaker is responsible for travel expenses, including hotel, airfare, meals, etc.

*All speakers must agree to give permission for their presentation to be recorded for Clarion promotional purposes

Please note: Submitted abstracts may be selected for presentation in either the Summit (conference area) or in the Knowledge Hubs (presentation theatres located in the exhibit hall).


All primary contacts will be notified in writing no later than June 30, 2020 as to whether or not their proposed POWERGEN International abstract has been selected for presentation

Ready to submit your abstract? CLICK HERE

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