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Join us for Greening CHP – Meeting CO2 and Environmental Goals With CHP Technology, May 12, 2021 at 10:00 AM.

May 12 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Join us for Greening CHP – Meeting CO2 and Environmental Goals With CHP Technology, May 12, 2021 at 10:00 AM.
An update… we are pleased to announce the addition of two additional experts to fill out the panel for this exciting event: *PRACTICAL* on the ground operating experience will be provided by Dick Kramp, AB Energy who is located in Netherlands and has worked on 2 GW’s of CHP at greenhouses ,and Kurt West of 2-G Energy who will give insights on operating experience at hydrogen fueled CHP pilots in Germany and in the UAE.
For knowledgeable CHP developers and for CHP novices alike, NECHPI is pleased to present a panel discussion with distinguished experts at the forefront of carbon-neutral and environmentally beneficial combined heat and power applications. Learn how CHP can meet a variety of crucial roles in a carbon-neutral future. Our panelists are at the forefront of hydrogen-fueled CHP, controlled environmental agriculture, brownfield redevelopment, food deserts, and social equity concerns.
Panelists:
Catherine Luthin, founder, CEO Luthin Associates. Founded in 1994, Luthin Associates provides a wide range of energy efficiency, procurement and generation strategies for large commercial/industrial customers including healthcare, education and real estate sectors. Catherine was featured speaker 2020 December AEE Member Webinar: “The Future of Green Hydrogen”. She brings years of experience in CHP along with recent innovative research on the topic of the Future of Green Hydrogen
Dr. Neil Mattson, Associate Professor, Cornell School of Integrative Plant Science Horticulture Section. Dr. Mattson is a nationally recognized expert on Controlled Environmental Agriculture (CEA), Greenhouse Horticulture, and Greenhouse Lighting and Systems Engineering. Under his direction, Cornell is leading a project conducting a deep exploration of the Viability of Indoor Agriculture. Funded by the National Science Foundation, Mattson and collaborators are looking at the scalability of urban controlled environment agriculture, specifically high-tech plant production in greenhouses and vertical farms. Given the increased public interest in locally grown food, the project looks at the environmental and economic implications that this nascent industry could have on the New York metro area, as well as Chicago, Seattle, Los Angeles, and Atlanta.
Linda Shaw, Esq., Founder and Partner Knauf Shaw, LLP. Linda Shaw is a noted environmental and energy law expert as well as one of the pre-eminent experts on Brownfields redevelopment opportunities. For NECHPI members Linda will bring a new and fresh perspective on CHP opportunities at Brownfield sites and in particular she will address a burgeoning interest in LOCALLY GROWN food, resilient food supplies, that can be facilitated with CHP systems.
Moderator:
Diane Molokotos, Senior Project Engineer Dalkia Aegis, EDF Group. Founded in 1985, Aegis Energy Services, Inc. is an innovative Combined Heat and Power (CHP) company based in Holyoke, Mass.
This exciting and cutting-edge panel is essential for CHP experts as well as those interested in new frontiers of energy, food resilience, locally grown food, and environmental justice and jobs concerns. This is an event NOT TO BE MISSED!

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