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How Might Energy Production and Energy Distribution Evolve in the Future?
How Might Energy Production and Energy Distribution Evolve in the Future?

How Might Energy Production and Energy Distribution Evolve in the Future?

Abstract

 

Presented By

Scott C. Dunning, Ph.D., P.E., C.E.M.
Director, School of Engineering Technology
University of Maine

Dr. Scott Dunning is a Professor of Electrical Engineering Technology and Director
of the School of Engineering Technology at the University of Maine. His research area has been in applying energy efficient technology to industry. During his career, he has led over 200 industrial assessments recommending over $11M in savings to industrial
manufacturers. He offers training around the globe in energy management annually for the Association of Energy Engineers where he recently served as national president and is recognized as a Fellow of AEE.

David Dvorak, Ph.D., P.E.
Professor of Mechanical Engineering Technology
University of Maine

Dr. David Dvorak, P.E. is Professor of Mechanical Engineering Technology at the University of Maine, and Director of the New England Combined Heat and Power Technical Assistance Partnership. His interest and involvement in CHP systems began in 1984 when he worked as an engineer at GE Aircraft Engines in Cincinnati OH on industrial applications of gas turbine engines. At UMaine, he became Assistant Director of the UMaine Industrial Assessment Center. From 2000 to 2007 he served as Director of the UMaine School of Engineering Technology. From 2008-2011 he served as Coordinator of the Fuel Cell Systems and Hydrogen Specialization at RES, the School for Renewable Energy Sciences in Akureyri, Iceland. A Fulbright Scholar, Dr. Dvorak has worked with renewable energy and energy conservation projects in Europe and the USA. Dr. Dvorak is a Licensed Professional Engineer, and an active member of ASHRAE.