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Title: Stuart M. Dalton

Stuart M. Dalton
  • The U.S. State Department has designated Stuart
    M. Dalton as one of two official U.S. Asia
    Pacific Partnership industry delegates to the
    Cleaner Fossil Energy Task Force. Mr. Dalton is a
    director in the Generation Sector. His current
    research activities cover a variety of generation
    options with special focus on emerging
    generation, renewables, and coal-based
    generation, emission controls, and CO2 capture
    and storage. He joined EPRI in 1976 and has a
    bachelors degree in chemical engineering from
    the University of California at Berkeley.

Mark S. Duvall
  • Dr. Mark Duvalls research as program manager for
    electric transportation focuses on electric,
    plug-in hybrid and fuel-cell vehicles and related
    infrastructure. He is involved in battery systems
    development and testing, electric charging
    infrastructure, and the environmental analysis of
    the air quality and greenhouse gas emissions
    characteristics of plug-in hybrids and other
    electric transportation technologies. Dr. Duvall
    joined EPRI in 2001 and holds a doctorate degree
    in mechanical engineering from Purdue University.

Neville Holt
  • Neville Holt is the recipient of Lifetime
    Achievement awards from EPRI and the Gasification
    Technologies Council and is a technical fellow in
    the Advanced Coal Generation Technology Program.
    He is the technical lead for the CoalFleet
    program of Future Coal Generation Technology
    Options. He joined EPRI in 1994 and received his
    bachelors and masters degrees in chemistry from
    Cambridge University.

Christine King
  • Christine King is program manager of materials
    reliability in the Nuclear Power Sector. This
    program is the leading industry resource for
    material-related issues affecting the reactor
    coolant system pressure boundary. The program
    focuses on improving the fundamental
    understanding of materials performance in
    pressurized water reactors, and developing
    technologies for early detection and mitigation
    of emerging issues. With EPRI since 2001 she has
    a masters degree in business administration from
    Lynchburg College.

Carl L. Latiolais
  • Carl Latiolais is program manager for the
    Nondestructive Evaluation Program, with a focus
    on the American Society of Mechanical Engineers
    Section XI, Appendix VIII qualification program.
    The U.S. nuclear fleet relies on this program to
    qualify procedures and personnel for ultrasonic
    examination of safety-related piping and vessels.
    He joined EPRI in 1994 and has a technical degree
    in nondestructive testing technology from T.H.
    Harris Vocational Technical School in Louisiana.

Victor Niemeyer
  • Dr. Victor Niemeyer is a technical executive in
    the Global Climate Change Program. His research
    focuses on helping energy companies manage risks
    from global climate change, particularly cost and
    competitive market implications of potential
    greenhouse gas policies. He has a doctorate in
    economics from the University of Texas at Austin.
    His fields of emphasis are energy economics,
    power market simulation, and environmental

Ellen M. Petrill
  • Ellen Petrill is director of public/private
    partnerships. She creates partnerships to foster
    greater communications and awareness of research
    and development trends in the electric sector
    among stakeholder groups, regulators, and others.
    Her current activities focus on strategies and
    technologies to reduce climate change impacts,
    such as advanced coal, energy efficiency, the
    intelligent grid, and distributed energy
    resources. She joined EPRI in 1984 and has
    bachelors and masters degrees in mechanical
    engineering from Stanford University.

Andrew J. Phillips
  • Dr. Andrew Phillips holds three U.S. patents and
    is the author of more than 60 journal and
    conference publications. He is a senior program
    manager for transmission lines and increased
    power flow research, focusing on overhead
    transmission, underground transmission, increased
    power flow, and high-voltage direct current.
    Special areas of interest are non-ceramic
    insulators, lightning and grounding, sensor
    development, and daytime corona inspection. He
    has a doctorate in electrical engineering from
    the University of the Witwatersrand in
    Johannesburg, South Africa, and is a registered
    professional engineer.

Richard G. Richels
  • Dr. Richard Richels is a senior technical
    executive for global climate change research. He
    has served on national and international advisory
    panels, including committees of the U.S.
    Department of Energy (DOE), the U.S.
    Environmental Protection Agency, and the National
    Research Council. He served as an expert witness
    at the DOEs hearings on the National Energy
    Strategy and testified at Congressional hearings
    on priorities in global climate change research.
    He was awarded masters and doctorate degrees in
    decision science from Harvard Universitys
    Division of Applied Sciences.

Stan T. Rosinski
  • Stan Rosinski is program manager of technology
    innovation, where he is responsible for
    incubating technology innovation within EPRI by
    directing fundamental, innovative, cross-cutting
    RD to accelerate the application of advanced
    science and technology. With EPRI since 1995, he
    has a bachelors degree in mechanical engineering
    and a masters degree in metallurgy from the
    University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and received the
    honorary Professional Nuclear Engineer degree
    from the University of Missouri-Rolla.

John Scheibel
  • John Scheibel has been awarded several patents
    and has authored numerous technical papers. He is
    a program manager in the combustion turbines and
    combined cycle program, focusing on gas turbine/
    combined-cycle design and related operations and
    maintenance issues. The program addresses all
    50/60-Hz models used in power generation above
    20 MW. He joined EPRI in 1987 as a project
    manager and has bachelors and masters degrees
    in mechanical engineering from the University of
    Illinois in Urbana-Champaign.

Jack C. Spanner, Jr.
  • Jack Spanner is a program manager in
    nondestructive evaluation, focusing on nuclear
    reactor vessel head penetration nozzles,
    thin-film phased array search units, eddy current
    examination of lead sheathed distribution cable,
    American Society of Mechanical Engineers codes,
    reactor vessel internals inspection for license
    renewal, and filmless radiography. He is also
    responsible for reactor vessel integrity issues.
    He joined EPRI in 1993 and has a masters degree
    in welding engineering from Ohio State

Luke van der Zel
  • Dr. Luke van der Zel is a project manager and
    technical expert in the substations program,
    focusing on sulfur hexafluoride insulation and
    leak detection, gas-insulated substations, power
    transformers, geomagnetically induced currents,
    sensors for substation monitoring, and wireless
    applications for substations. His research
    extends to field applications in EPRI member
    substations. He joined EPRI in 2001 and has
    bachelors and doctorate degrees in electrical
    engineering from the University of the
    Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa.

Thomas F. Wilson
  • Dr. Thomas Wilson is a senior technical leader in
    global climate change, focusing on costs of
    climate change policies and the role of
    technology research and development in reducing
    these costs estimating potential economic
    benefits from slowing or averting climate change
    exploring flexible mechanisms in climate policies
    such as emissions trading and providing
    information and methods to help electric
    utilities make decisions in the face of climate
    policy uncertainty. He joined EPRI in 1985 and
    received his masters and doctorate degrees in
    operations research from Stanford University.