The u.s. Department of energy has announced in the field of energy efficiency and renewable energy Advisory Committee.
Code of federal regulations, the members of the Advisory Committee report directly to the U.s. secretary of energy advice, energy efficiency/demand-side management office, and Renewable Energy Portfolio. Selected 19 members brings technical expertise and perspectives to the Committee, the Energy Department said in a news release.
“We are fortunate to be interested persons voluntary service ahead of his time and efforts on the part of the Department, as well as clean energy companies,” said Secretary of Energy Steven Chu. “They are contributing their expertise and experience to help address the challenges faced by the energy of our nation.”
The Committee periodically verified by the Office of energy efficiency and renewable energy Portfolio and advise the Secretary of energy in several areas, including: long-term plans, priorities and strategies.financing of the programme;and Energy Secretary or Assistant Secretary for energy efficiency and renewable energy sources, put forward by the special problems.
The Committee is expected to take part in the meetings twice a year, and is built on top of the Panel in the public domain. Federal Advisory Committee, in accordance with the procedure laid down by the law of Energy Department also hopes for. arranges the various subcommittees. for more information about the Committee and its members, as the case may be, you can visit the EERE Advisory Committee website.
Eighteen appointed members are:
Yet-Ming Chiang, ceramics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Professor Kyocera
Lonnie Edelheit, Senior Vice President, research and development, General Electric Co. (retired);
Ira Ehrenpreis, general partner, Technology Partners;
Philip Giudice, Member of the Commission, the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources;
Hal Harvey ClimateWorks Foundation, CEO,,
Mark Jacobson, Professor of civil and civil engineering and the Director, aircraft/energy Program, Stanford University;
Jay Keasling, CEO, the joint BioEnergy Institute and Professor, University of California, Berkeley;
Neal Lane, Malcolm Gillis Rice University Professor at the University;
Ed Lazowska, Bill and Melinda Gates Chair in computer Science & Engineering, University of Washington;
Richard Lester, the Japanese Steel Industry, Professor, Department of nuclear science and Engineering and the Faculty of co-chair and Director of the industrial performance Center for founding, Massachusetts Institute of Technology;
Kathleen McGinty, operating Partner, part;
Arati Prabhakar, Partner, US Venture Partners;
Stanley Pruss, Partner, 5 Lakes Energy;
Burton Richter, Paul Pigott, Professor at the University of physical Sciences Senior Fellow Emeritus, Freeman Spogli Institute of International Studies, Stanford University; and Director emeritus, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center;
Arthur Rosenfeld distinguished Scientist Emeritus, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory;
Janette Sadik-Khan, Member of the Commission, the New York City Department of Transportation;
Subir Sanya, President and Director of the tank design services GeothermEx Inc.
Maxine Savitz, general manager, Honeywell/AlliedSignal (retired);
Mark Stoering, Executive Vice President, portfolio strategy and business development, Xcel Energy.