Power generation is one of the largest water-consuming industries globally. Power plants use tremendous volumes of water for boilers, cooling, and other utility applications. The importance of treating water prior to the boiler process cannot be underestimated. Traditional capital equipment and rental solutions are unable to provide consistent water quality in a safe and sustainable process.

Learning Objectives:
• What is Electrodeionization (EDI)
• Ionpure's solutions specifically developed for the Power Market
• EDI global adoption & footprint in Power Plant applications
• How EDI can eliminate your bottle exchange/rental trailer and save OPEX
• Calculate your OPEX savings with our tool

Wed, Feb 24, 2021 · 11:00 AM Eastern Time (US & Canada) (GMT -5:00)
Darrell Proctor
Moderator/Associate Editor -- POWER magazine
Darrell Proctor is associate editor for POWER magazine. He’s an award-winning writer, editor, and communications professional, with years of experience as an energy industry analyst providing commentary and insight for the supply, demand, and financial aspects of energy commodities, including thermal and renewable power generation.
Michael Cavalieri
Sales Manager, Ionpure
Mike has been a Sales Manager with Ionpure for 4 years and is located out of our R&D facility in Lowell, MA. He has served in a number of Sales and Marketing leadership roles for Watts Water Technologies, Magellan Aerospace Corporation, and Pentair Corporation. Mike holds an MBA from Southern New Hampshire University and BS from Northeastern University
Patrick Buzzell
Director of Product Management
Patrick Buzzell (B.S., Physics Engineering, Concentration Civil Engineering, University of Maine, Orono, ME, U.S.A.) joined the High Purity Water Division of US Filter (now part of Evoqua Water Technologies) in 1996. His early roles were focused on sales support for high purity water systems and electrodeionization systems. He has over 24 years of experience in water purification, encompassing product management, product development, technical service and sales. Presently, he is primarily involved in marketing, development and support for the next generation of electrodeionization products while managing the Ionpure products family.
Clark Briggs
Sales Manager, Ionpure
Clark was been in the ultra-pure water industry for over 17 years selling outsourced mobile and capital solutions to the power market. He has represented several of the major players in the industrial water market and joined the Ionpure team in 2020. Clark holds a BA from Vanderbilt University.