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Attachment G Biographical Sketches of Committee Members
Pages 33-37

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From page 33...
... He has extensive experience in the development, design, and evaluation of innovative fossil and nuclear-fueled power generation systems. His work has included basic studies of flame behavior and process equipment dynamics as well as the applications of high-temperature solid oxide fuels, coal gasifiers and fluidized bed combustors, hot gas cleaning units, and combustion turbines.
From page 34...
... He most recently served as the Energy Commission's lead staff on demand response policy development. He was the facilitator of a committee formed to oversee measurement and evaluation of Demand Response programs and rate designs approved by the California Public Utilities Commission, as well as the facilitator of a working group set up by the California Public Utilities Commission to develop programs and tariffs for large commercial and industrial customers.
From page 35...
... efficiency standards and market transformation programs. With the ACEEE Utilities Program he helped plan, profile, and evaluate energy efficiency programs for many years, and remains active in the development of public benefit programs and policies in several states and in the development of programs to reduce peak electric demand in response to recent electric reliability problems.
From page 36...
... She is also co-chair of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission/NARUC Demand Response Collaborative, which will explore how to coordinate federal and state approaches to electricity demand response policies and practices. Commissioner Reha has a B.A.
From page 37...
... Williams is also working on the effects of development and urbanization on energy demand in industrializing nations, including analysis of relationships between infrastructure provision and transport-related carbon dioxide emissions in Asia and projections of future energy demand of the Chinese iron/steel sector, hybrid life cycle assessment (which combines process and economic input-output techniques) , uncertainty analysis in industrial ecology, and sector-level forecasting of technological change/growth.

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