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Power-Gen Europe 2011 June 7 Video Daily

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Uploaded on Jun 12, 2011

Power-Gen Europe, Renewable Energy World Europe and Nuclear Power Europe 2011 are the premier power industry exhibitions and conferences taking place every year in a major European city. This is the first in a series of three daily news video releases broadcast on http://powergeneurope.com at the end of every day of the event.

In this first release, we reflect on the Keynote Session in which Gianfilippo Mancini
Director, Generation and Energy Management Division & Market Division, Enel, Italy, Paul Browning, President & CEO, Thermal Products, GE Power & Water, USA and Giuseppe Zampini, Chief Executive Officer, Ansaldo Energia, Italy spoke of the industry and the challenges it faces.

In this news report, we also talk to Rob Emrich of Elektratherm who talked about their innovative Green Machine, Paul Browning of GE Energy Power & Water about new and exciting announcements of his company, Dr. Jacob Klimstra the Author of Smart Power Generation about the launch of his book, Josef Dorner of Man Diesel & Turbo, Georg Paulsen of United Conveyor Corp who showed the benefits of using their new vibratory ash extraction system and Morten Gantriis Sorensen of Fiberline Composites who talked about the uses of fiber structural elements in power builds.

This program was produced by Gulf Broadcast in-situ in Milan, Italy at the Fiera Milano City exhibition and conference complex and constitutes one of three Video Daily news programs.

Video Daily 1 (7 June 2011): http://goo.gl/hXC7t
Video Daily 2 (8 June 2011): http://goo.gl/twyGR
Video Daily 3 (9 June 2011): http://goo.gl/1TWff

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