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2023 Strategic Program Speakers
Dr. Jeffrey Goldmeer is an Emergent Technologies Director at GE and is responsible for developing and executing strategies for hydrogen and other zero-carbon molecules supporting the company’s vision of accelerating decarbonization and electrification. He is also co-creator and co-host of GE’s award-winning decarbonization podcast, Cutting Carbon, which has over 90,000 downloads in more than 145 countries. (ge.com/gas-power/future-of-energy/cutting-carbon)
Dr. Goldmeer brings more than 20 years of experience in the energy industry. Prior to his current role, he was the Director of Gas Turbine Fuel & Combustion Solutions for GE Gas Power, and before that he was the Manager of the Combustion Lab at GE’s Research Center. Notable achievements include first of a kind operation of Aeroderivative, F-class, and H-class gas turbines on blends of hydrogen and natural gas.
Dr. Goldmeer is a global expert who has been recognized as providing industry leadership in the use of alternative fuels for power generation. His 2014 paper on the use of Arabian Super Light crude oil as a power generation fuel for F-class gas turbines in Saudi Arabia was recognized with the best paper award at PowerGen International. Dr. Goldmeer holds 13 patents on a variety of combustion and propulsion related technologies, has over 100 conference papers/presentations, and contributed to three recent books on hydrogen and renewable fuels.
Prior to joining GE, Dr. Goldmeer was a Senior Research Scientist at Southwest Sciences and was a National Research Council Research Associate at the NASA Glenn Research Center.
Dr. Goldmeer received his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Case Western Reserve University and his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute. His Ph.D. dissertation research at NASA focused on extinguishing fires in a low-gravity environment. As part of his research, Dr. Goldmeer performed these experiments onboard NASA’s Reduced Gravity Lab (aka the vomit comet).
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