New business models for the energy transition: reimagining the old, inventing the new
Tuesday, January 31, 2023
5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Alumni, Community, Faculty, Staff, Students
Ray Donelick, a PhD geoscientist and entrepreneurial business owner, now co-leads a team (https://research.wsu.edu/innovation/programs-partners/i-corps/our-teams/2017-teams/) involved in designing compressed air energy storage vessels for active and abandoned mines by using which utilizes waste rock materials Our innovations will help meet critical needs of the renewable energy sector (energy storage), the environmental sector (cleaning up mine sites) and mining communities (providing long term jobs, even after the traditional mining operation is complete). Dr. Donelick will take us on his journey from oil and gas consultant to green energy innovator and entrepreneur.
John Weber, Geology, [email protected], 616-331-3191
Hosting Department, Organization, or Business
GVSU Geology, GVSU AAPG Student Chapter
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