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High-Megawatt - January 2007 - Converter Workshop

NIST, Gaithersburg, MD
January 24, 2007

On behalf of the workshop organizers, I would like to thank you for attending and participating in the High-Megawatt Converter Workshop held at NIST on January 24, 2007. This website contains the viewgraphs presented by each speaker as well as the workshop proceedings summary prepared by Ron Wolk.

For convenience, you may download the full collection of presentations here. This "Indexed Proceedings" document is best viewed with a recent version of Acrobat Reader* so that the links are opened in a separate window. The multiple window format is controlled using the "Windows" pull down menu on the Acrobat Reader Toolbar.

Links to Files

The High-Megawatt Converter Workshop has been very beneficial to the ongoing interagency effort between NIST and the DOE Office of Clean Energy Systems to identify technologies requiring development to meet the power converter cost and performance goals for the DOE SECA and FutureGen near zero-emission fuel cell power plant programs. Based upon the consensus of the workshop attendees, an industry-led high-megawatt power converter roadmapping effort is being planned, and an interagency working group is being formed to coordinate Federal programs in the high-megawatt area.

*Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 8.0x) is recommended to view the Indexed Proceedings document. If you do not have this program, you may download it free of charge. The software is identified in order to assist users of this information service. In no case does such identification imply recommendation or endorsement by the National Institute of Standards and Technology.

Created March 9, 2009, Updated August 25, 2016