On Friday, April 26th, join Dr. Whitney Colella '97 in a conversation about the future technologies for energy supply chains. She will be discussing a variety of hydrogen and electrochemical technologies for reducing greenhouse gas emissions, air pollution emissions, and solid waste, as well as the policy implications that arise from these technologies.
Dr. Colella serves as President and Principal Research Engineer of Gaia Energy Research Institute (Gaia). Colella has over 20 years of research and development experience in academia, government, and private industry in the areas of advanced energy conversion system design, operation, and control. Her areas of expertise include the thermodynamics, chemical engineering process plant design, economics, computer modeling, techno-economic analysis (TEA), life cycle assessment (LCA), and independent testing of advanced energy systems. Colella has served as a Principal Investigator (PI) on energy R&D projects totaling over $8 million and as a key technical contributor on energy R&D projects totaling over $20 million.
The event will be co-hosted by Whig-Clio and dinner from Olives will be served!