Recorded March 26th, 2019 at CSU’s Powerhouse Energy Campus in Fort Collins, Colorado.
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Daniel Zimmerle is a Senior Research Associate in the Energy Institute at Colorado State University (CSU). Zimmerle was a principal investigator on three major studies of methane emissions in the natural gas supply chain, and for METEC, the ARPA-E MONITOR test facility at CSU and leads the CSU METEC test facility for the ARPA-E MONITOR program. Prior to CSU, he served as the Chief Operating Officer at Spirae, Inc. and worked 20 years at Hewlett Packard and Agilent Technologies. He holds a BSME and MSME from North Dakota State University.
Greg Martin is Engineering Group manager for a team of 12 at the Energy Systems Integration Facility, National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden, Colorado. He has been at NREL working in microgrids, hydrogen systems and grid technology integration since 2008. Greg got his Master of Science in electrical engineering from the University of Colorado – Boulder in 2007 after working for Boeing Commercial Airplanes in Everett, WA for 3 years. His Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering was received from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
The views expressed are his own, not of NREL.
Pat Connors has an Electrical Engineering degree from the University of Wisconsin – Madison and MBA from University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee and is a Professional Engineer in the State of Wisconsin. Pat worked 6 years for Wisconsin Electric Power Company in Milwaukee as a Transmission Planner and Substation/Distribution Planner. Pat also had held various positions at WPPI Energy. Pat is currently overseeing Resource Planning, Operations and Customer Service for Platte River Power Authority.
Recorded and edited by Martin Voelker, CRES board member.