The speaker for the Technical Society of Knoxville meeting on May 7, 2012 was Alec D. Van Ryan; ARCADIS US.
The presentation title was “US EPA Redefines & Expands Environmental Justice Regulatory Measures”
The US EPA has redefined Environmental Justice and as a result has made compliance now quantifiable.
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EPA’s guidance now openly challenges agency staff to incorporate environmental justice into the agency’s entire rulemaking process. Under this new initiative, EPA is looking for proof that the community engagement process provided all publics involved with an opportunity to influence the regulatory agency’s decision process. No longer are many past outreach strategies safe harbors.
Alec D. Van Ryan is with ARCADIS and specializes in strategic issues management and litigation support.
The May14 meeting speaker was Greg Cole, Principal Investigator, GLORIAD.
He spoke about the Global Ring Network for Advanced Applications Development (GLORIAD).
GLORIAD is built on a fiber-optic ring of networks around the northern hemisphere of the earth, providing scientists, educators and students with advanced networking tools that improve communications and data exchange, enabling active, daily collaboration on common problems. With GLORIAD, the scientific community can move unprecedented volumes of valuable data effortlessly, stream video and communicate
through quality audio- and video-conferencing.
May 21 Steve Levy spoke about battery energy storage.
As Technical Director of the Tennessee Solar Energy Association, Mr. Levy is a technical consultant. Mr Levy is past Technical Director and Government Liaison for the Electrical Power Research Institute (EPRI) in Knoxville, TN. Mr. Levy’s expertise is Megawatt Electronics. He is able to “see the big picture,” to know the direction
in which technology needs to move.