Robert Lung

28-Sep-2017, 2:30 - 4:30PM

 
Session: Innovation Matters: How Manufacturers are Boosting their Competitiveness and Saving Money

Track J | The Better Plants Program


Chair for Session

Robert Lung
Advanced Manufacturing Office, Industrial Technical Assistance Fellow
U.S. Department of Energy




For more than seventeen years, Mr. Lung has supported energy efficiency and clean energy programs through research and analysis of best practices and technologies as well as outreach and policy analysis on behalf of federal, private sector and non-governmental organizations.

Mr. Lung has worked as a Senior Associate at Resource Dynamics Corporation, as Director of the Alliance to Save Energy’s Industrial Program, and as President and owner of his consulting firm, Industrial EE Advisor, where he worked for the Institute for Industrial Productivity, the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy and the Electric Power Research Institute.

Currently, Mr. Lung is an ORISE Fellow with the U.S. DOE’s Advanced Manufacturing Office where he supports the Better Plants and Superior Energy Performance programs by helping with expansion of industry participation and ensuring that the programs offer value to manufacturers and industrial-scale energy users.

Mr. Lung serves on the US Technical Advisory Group to PC 242, the advisory committee to the Industrial Energy Technologies Conference (IETC) and the Organizing Committee of the Water Environment Federation’s Water/Energy Conference.

Mr. Lung holds a bachelor of science in Foreign Service from Georgetown University, and a Master’s in Economics from Virginia Polytechnic & State University.



 

Track: J The Better Plants Program | Session: Innovation Matters: How Manufacturers are Boosting their Competitiveness and Saving Money

 

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