The leading process instrumentation manufacturer discusses sustainable roadmap for the energy and generation sectors
KROHNE Group, the leading global manufacturer of process instrumentation, measurement solutions and services, today announces it will join leaders of the power generation sector in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, as they drive the conversation as part of Power Week 2022. Hosted by ITP’s Utilities Middle East, the 2022 edition takes place 24 March 2022 at the Grosvenor House Hotel in Dubai Marina.
KROHNE joins top government officials, senior power utilities executives and experts as well as members of the academia in tackling net zero and other pressing issues. Stefan Kranz, Global Industry Division Manager Power Generation at KROHNE Group, will be leading the net zero discussion, in a packed schedule including similar discussions around green hydrogen and nuclear power trends.
Frank Janssens, Vice President, KROHNE Middle East and Africa, said:
“KROHNE plays a key role in the power sector, whether in renewables, nuclear or in various parts of the energy transition. Our experts are able to drive sustainable technological optimisation for our valued customers across the Middle East and Africa and this platform provides us with an excellent opportunity to reach an even wider audience with our next-generation measurement solutions.”
With 100 years of experience in process automation and decades in Conventional plants such as CCGT, thermosolar, hydropower and nuclear KROHNE is positioned to play a pivotal role in the energy transition. Key projects around the world such as the largest hydropower dam, based in the Yangtze River, and the Noor Energy 1 solar power plant in the UAE have KROHNE technology at their core, reducing maintenance efforts and increases accuracies and such increases availability of the entire plant.