CCJ/ETN collaborate to expand Best Practices Awards to Europe

COMBINED CYCLE Journal’s Best Practices Awards to gas-turbine-based power facilities, established in 2005, has expanded from its North American roots to the rest of the globe, thanks to proactive organizations like the European Turbine Network (ETN).

ETN is a non-profit membership association with 118 member companies that brings together the entire value chain of the stationary gas turbine technology (power generation and mechanical drive) community in Europe and beyond.

ETN, supported by CCJ, will integrate its best practices program into future conferences to share and recognize ideas implemented by plant personnel that increase reliability/availability, improve efficiency, reduce emissions, minimize accidents, etc. Such performance improvements are important to every owner and its management team.

To date, over 200 power and process facilities have participated in this valuable form of information exchange with colleagues and even more have benefitted from programs like the Best Practices Awards throughout the industry. We encourage and anticipate your participation.

European facilities, both ETN members and non-members, are welcome to participate in sharing best practices in the following two categories:

      • Workforce development/knowledge management

      • EHS: Environment, Health and Safety

For more details on the inaugural ETN Best Practices program and how to participate, access the ETN website.

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