Talks & Lectures
22 Apr 2020
Virtual Event - Link Below

Hugo Neu Corporation Sustainability Seminar Series: How Industrial Businesses are Charting a Course to Carbon Reduction Goals

Department of Civil, Environmental and Ocean Engineering

Lynn McGuire

by Lynn McGuire, P.E. Senior Principal, Geosyntec Consultants

Abstract

How are industrial businesses navigating the energy transition? Each are on their own journey developing carbon reduction strategies to manage their risk, improve their carbon footprint, achieve sustainability objectives, and capitalize on opportunities that are emerging from a changing energy supply mix and pricing, new technologies and new incentives. This session will cover some of the most effective types of carbon reduction opportunities including: energy efficiency improvements, fuel switching, renewable energy, efficient use and recycle of materials, carbon capture and storage, and investment in carbon sequestration or natural resource solutions with examples of how these approaches have benefitted the businesses of energy consumers, producers and distributors while improving the environment.

Biography

Ms. Lynn McGuire, P.E. is a Senior Principal at Geosyntec Consultants in the San Francisco Bay Area, California with over 30 years of environmental consulting experience to energy and industrial clients, including conventional energy as well as renewable energy suppliers, and conventional fuels and renewable fuels providers, distributors and users. At Geosyntec, she leads the Energy Transition team, harnessing the firm’s capabilities in environmental, natural resources and infrastructure expertise for application to energy transition and sustainability solutions. She has a history of providing strategic corporate advisement and technical assistance on the rapidly evolving programs in California and the Western U.S. addressing air quality and emission reduction, carbon management, capital project permitting/implementation and regulatory compliance. She has taught courses in air pollution control systems and strategies and guest lectures on renewable energy for the University of California Berkeley and Davis Extension programs. She holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from UC Davis and an M.S. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Texas, Austin.

For more information, please contact Dr. Dibs Sarkar at [email protected] While there is not a physical location for the event due to continued social distancing measures, the seminar will be live webcast via Zoom.

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