Expert in Water Testing, Air Monitoring, Energy Research & Development
Expert ID: 725601 Kentucky, USA
Expert has worked with officials from US EPA on air issues related to mercury, testing and monitoring.
Expert worked to improve the quality of flue gas emissions for over 25 years- the primary air emission from coal-fired power generation facilities.
Expert has over 35 years of experience in fossil fuel fired electric energy generation field.
Over 35 years of experience in water, wastewater and air pollution control equipment with the power generation industry. Analytical chemistry methods and regulations for air and water compliance.Served on national committees following the development of new regulations in both air and water environments.Served on Industry technical boards; Power Plant and Environmental Chemistry (ASME) President, Chair of Measurement Techniques Committee of UARG, Current Chair of Continuous Emission Monitor Program with the Electric Power Research Institute.
Expert may consult nationally and internationally, and is also local to the following cities: Cincinnati, Ohio - Lexington, Kentucky - Louisville, Kentucky
|Year: 1991||Degree: MBA||Subject: Finance||Institution: University of Kentucky|
|Year: 1972||Degree: BS||Subject: Chemistry / Biology||Institution: Union College|
|Years: 2006 to Present||Employer: Undisclosed||Title: Manager Research and Development||Department: Generation Services||Responsibilities: Manages R&D Program for EON-US (Generation, Environmental, Power Markets & End Use Efficiency). He represents EON-US interest on EON R&D Steering (International).|
|Years: 1996 to 2006||Employer: EON-US||Title: Manager Environmental Compliance & System Laboratory||Department: Generation Services||Responsibilities: Manage compliance with water and air permits at all electric power generation stations. He directed activities for a system support group providing analytical services and testing in the area of environmental water, fuel, PCB, transformer oil testing, asbestos, and stack testing.|
|Years: 1978 to 1996||Employer: Kentucky Utilities Company||Title: System Chief Chemist||Department: Generation Engineering||Responsibilities: Support plant chemistry laboratories on technical issues related to boiler water treatment and laboratory testing. Developed system laboratory to provide specialized testing to support plant operations.|
|Years: 1973 to 1978||Employer: Kentucky Utilities Company||Title: Plant Chemist||Department: Plant Operations Management||Responsibilities: Developed chemistry and water treatment programs for a new electric power generating plant.|
|Years: 1972 to 1973||Employer: Kentucky Department of Health||Title: Wastewater Inspector||Department: Water Pollution Control Commission||Responsibilities: Responsible for 5-county area for inspection (Bell, Leslie, Clay, Harlan and Knox Counties). Inspected major pollution control equipment and responded to water pollution emergencies.|
|Years: 1972 to 1973||Agency: Water Pollution Control Commission||Role: Inspector||Description: See work history|
|Years||Country / Region||Summary|
|Years: 2006 to Present||Country / Region: UK, Germany, Europe||Summary: Serves with international colleagues on research and development steering committee responsible for governance policy and portfolio of projects to support EON business units.|
|Training / Seminars|
|Management skills and presentations.|
|The future of technology in the energy markets; including, renewable energy and traditional supply.|
|Other Relevant Experience|
|Microsoft Office: PowerPoint, Publisher, Word and Excel|
|French||High school and college training, little use until recently.|
|German||continue to work on this, conversational only|
Fields of Expertise
continuous air emissions monitoring system, federal environmental regulation, flue gas, fossil fuel electric energy generation, energy research, environment program, chemical analysis instrumentation design, air pollution, wastewater flocculation, analytical monitoring, effluent treatment, environmental compliance, 1990 Clean Air Act Amendment, analytical testing, analytical chemistry instrument, environmental waste, environmental air quality, analyte, fossil-fueled steam generation, fossil fuel power plant water system, environmental water sample, air sample, environmental science, air pollutant measurement, closed cycling wastewater treatment, environmental analytical chemistry, environmental regulation, environmental protection, chemical testing laboratory, air-pollution control regulation, stationary source air pollution control, atomic absorption spectroscopy, air-pollutant control equipment, wastewater treatment, biological industrial wastewater treatment, particulate pollution process, air pollution process, acid deposition, industrial wastewater, environmental testing, wastewater, coal, air, wastewater disinfection, process chemistry, fossil fuel environmental effect, fossil fuel, Environmental Protection Agency regulation, emission monitoring, Clean Air Act, chemical analysis, analytical chemistry, air pollutant