July 12, 2016
This ELEEP Virtual Discussion took place on July 12, 2016 with an excellent speaker working on one of the most high profile CCS (Carbon Capture & Storage) technologies currently being piloted in the US - NET Power.
David Freed works on energy innovation and commercialization for 8 Rivers Capital, a Durham, NC based company focused on commercializing industrial scale technology. David was one of the earliest employees and continues to serve as project manager for NET Power, a clean power generation technology that is in the process of constructing a 50MWt demonstration plant with Toshiba, CB&I and Exelon. The eventual technology will capture 100% of all emissions including CO2, does not need water and compete economically with best in class technologies that do not capture emissions. David also works with and is currently deploying several pilot water technologies in treatment for municipal, agricultural and industrial end-users.
David Freed has also developed an ovarian cancer screen which he is helping to commercialize. He graduated from Duke University with engineering and business degrees and formerly worked at Boston Consulting Group in the NY office.
To find out more about NETPower, please visit: https://netpower.com/