Technology Adaptation In Power Generation—The Evolution of the Gas Turbine

Spring 2013 Clean Energy
by Bruce Rising
Strategic Business Management Power Systems Sales
Siemens Energy, Inc.
Wednesday, March 13, 2013

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Biosketch

Bruce Rising is Strategic Business Manager within Siemens Power Systems Sales.  Prior to his current position he was manager of Marketing Intelligence in Siemens’ Global Strategy group.

 

Before joining Global Strategy, he was the manager of Regulatory Affairs for Siemens Energy where he assisted the Gas Turbine Association in Washington DC as the chairman of the Environmental Affairs Committee for six years. During that time he represented the gas turbine industry on the Natural Gas Council Committee on Gas Interchangeability related to imported LNG, and the effort to delist gas turbines from the MACT ruling.  He was a key author in a study requested by the Secretary of Energy to review the impact of unconventional energy supplies on the power sector. Bruce’s experience encompasses 30 years in combustion, environmental control technology, and gas turbine technology issues.

 

Prior to joining Siemens he was the manager of Emissions and Control Technology for Rolls-Royce Allison in Indianapolis, and research scientist in Energy and Environmental R&D at Battelle Columbus Labs.

 

He earned a BS in Chemical Physics and an MS in Fuel Science from Penn State.  He is a member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, the Association for the Advancement of Science the American Chemical Society and National Association of Corrosion Engineers.  He holds seven patents related to energy production, emissions controls and engine diagnostics.

 

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