ASME Greenville Section: Flywheels as Part of the Global Energy Storage Solution
May 18 6:00PM - May 18 8:30PM, 2022
18 May 6:00 - 18 May 8:30, 2022
Flywheels have been around for awhile. How can they be a part of the solution to the next iteration of our planets energy infrastructure? We’ll look at some of the advantages that flywheels can offer in the long duration energy storage market. Presented by Will Colban, General Manager of US Operations for Amber Kinetics, a manufacturer of flywheel-based Kinetic Energy Storage Systems. Will was formerly the Director of Engineering at Amber Kinetics, overseeing the development and release to production of Amber's first product, the M32. His career has focused on the energy industry, having also spent time at LightSail Energy, Alstom, & the Combustion Research Facility at Sandia National Labs. Will holds BS, MS, & Ph.D. degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Virginia Tech. He is the author of multiple journal articles and a member of the ASME Gas Turbine Heat Transfer Committee. This is a HYBRID meeting. There will be in-person dinner attendees and virtual attendees. The speaker will present virtually from California. To learn more about this event or to sign up and attend, visit the registration link above.
Venue & Location
Greenville Technical College
506 S Pleasantburg Dr.
Greenville, South Carolina, USA
In-person event with a virtual component on May 18, 2022 at 6pm Eastern Time
ASME Greenville Section - Greenville, SC, USA
This event is being organized by volunteers of the ASME section. ASME in-person activities will follow the state and local laws, regulations and guidelines regarding COVID-19 applicable to the location of the event.
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