On Monday January 7, 2013. David McGinley from the City of Knoxville Stormwater Engineering Group will be our speaker on Monday, January 7, 2013. He will be discussing the City’s stormwater program, especially it’s new status as a Qualified Local Program for construction stormwater permitting and enforcement.
Stormwater is a major contributor to stream pollution as is the crossover from stormwater into sanitary sewage. This is an opportunity to learn about a problem that may need public support
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The speaker for the January 14 meeting will be ELIZABETH EASON, AIA, LEED AP BD&C, LEED AP Homes.
Elizabeth Eason founded Elizabeth Eason Architecture, LLC in 2003 and serves as principal architect.
Her passion for sustainable design began early during a childhood spent playing in the East Tennessee mountains. Naturally, she grew up with an appreciation of the ecological beauty of this region. Elizabeth continues to spend free time hiking and playing in the mountains.
Elizabeth is a founding member of the East Tennessee U.S. Green Building Council and served two terms as chair. She has served on the Knoxville Tree Board, is a board member with Knox Heritage, and volunteers with the East Tennessee Community Design Center. She also served on the Knoxville Energy and Sustainability Task Force and Governor Bredesen’s Tennessee Energy Policy Task Force.
January 21 no meeting
Gary Golden will be the Technical Society of Knoxville speaker on Monday January 28, 2013.
Solar Augmented Steam Cycle is the topic. This topic will concentrate on the augmentation of combined cycle and coal fired power plants.
Gary Golden has his own energy consulting practice. He was formerly with EPRI (Electric Power Research Institute) Generation and Nuclear Sectors specializing in Steam Turbines, Generators and Auxiliaries. He was the Technical Manager of Solar Augmented Steam Cycle Projects for retrofitting existing fossil fuel plants with Thermal Solar technology. Prior to joining EPRI he was a design engineer. His engineering background includes designing and testing power plants all over the world. His ME Degree is from The University of Missouri and he is a member of Phi theta Kappa, Tau Beta Pi and Pi Tau Sigma. Gary serves on the executive committee of the ASME Power Division as well as on their Turbine Generators
and Auxiliaries committee and International Relations committee. He has been an officer
for the ASME Oak Ridge, TN Section and has participated with Performance Test Code committees writing codes. Mr. Golden teaches courses on steam turbines generators and auxiliaries yearly for ASME.