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The ASME Strategy is focused on engaging with the volunteers, industry leaders, and other constituents to deliver solutions in several core technology areas:

  • Manufacturing
  • Pressure Technology
  • Clean Energy
  • Bioengineering
  • Robotics

For more than 100 years, ASME has successfully enhanced performance and safety worldwide through its renowned codes and standards, conformity assessment programs, training courses, and journals.

Why should you attend the 2021 Advanced Clean Energy Summit?

Be a part of a dynamic, new global forum for energy industry professionals and innovators in clean energy technology and management. Join global leaders and experts as we learn and network in a collaborative, open environment.

What can you expect at the 2021 Advanced Clean Energy Summit?

  1. Learn about Clean Energy
    Compared to other events, ACES 2021 covers 9 separate clean energy disciplines.
    • Bioenergy
    • Energy Storage
    • Fossil Resources
    • Gas Turbines
    • Geothermal
    • Hydrogen and Fuel Cells
    • Hydropower, Waves, and Tides
    • Internal Combustion Engines
    • Nuclear
    • Solar Energy
    • Waste to Energy
    • Wind Energy
  2. Network with like-minded professionals
    ACES 2021 is the perfect opportunity to network with fellow professionals who are interested in clean energy. Attendees at ACES will include:
    • Project Developers
    • Product Development Managers
    • Small Business Owners
    • State and Federal Representatives
    • Research Engineers
    • Financiers
    • Technical Managers
    • Design Engineers
  3. Discover New Technologies
    Attendees will be exposed to numerous cutting-edge clean energy technologies. These technologies support the generation of electric power, transportation, and industry and infrastructure while minimizing the environmental impact. Includes renewable energy sources (solar, wind, hydro and tidal, nuclear, fuel cells, and certain biomass), storage technologies (batteries, pumped hydro, compressed air, fly wheels, thermal storage, and hydrogen), pollution-minimization technologies (including low-carbon tech), energy efficiency, demand-side management, and distributed generation technologies that reduce or optimize energy and support sustainable energy usage practices.