The No. Jersey Section of the
American Institute of Chemical Engineers
Association of Consulting Chemists & Chemical Engineers
join to present
Bernard Ennis & Jacinta Schultz
“Grid-Scale Electricity Storage and Dispatch:
Carbon Capture with Power Generation”
Date: March 24, 2015
Time: 6:00 p.m. Registration & networking
Venue: New Jersey Institute of Technology, Campus Center, Faculty & Staff Dining Room, Third Floor
Registration fee: $25 for members and non-members, complementary for students.
Please contact Joseph Porcelli of ACC&CE: email: email@example.com, (917)912-9804 or Andy Soos, phone: 908-604-2670, Please register by March 16.
Referring to this NJIT Campus Map, please park in building “1. Student Mall / Parking Deck”, and proceed to building “24. Campus Center”.
More details to appear at the ACC&CE Website meetings page.
Bernard Ennis and Jacinta Schultz will describe the requirements and techno-economic issues at play in meeting the challenges presented as increasing amounts of renewable electricity entering the power grid. Grid stability i.e., maintaining voltage and frequency and avoiding blackouts, has emerged as a global issue as the percentage of renewables to the grid from all sources has increased. Wind and solar power systems are being deployed aggressively due to improving economics and public policy. These power sources are intermittent generators and rapid compensating capacity adjustments must be made in real time from other power generators. Electricity storage systems are set to play an essential role.
The speakers will present the European and U.S.A. experiences, assess the future risk, review current electricity storage technologies, and propose a novel solution.
Bernard Ennis, P.E., has consulted on insurance, legal, technical and management matters in oil & gas, refining, petrochemical, chlor-alkali, and power generation. He has authored patents on oxy-combustion, electric chemical reactors and power generation systems. He understands the significant issues relating to new chemical technology development.
Jacinta Schultz has supervisory experience providing process, technical and project management advisory services to industry, governments and investment houses. She is an expert in fertilizers, syngas processing and power generation. Additional experience includes project construction and plant operations problem solving as well as advising on 500+MM$ projects in Africa, Asia-Pacific, Indian Subcontinent, and the Middle East.
Bernard Ennis, P.E., is President at EGT Enterprises, Inc. of Cedar Grove, New Jersey. He has consulted to industry, attorneys and insurance companies regarding ammonia-urea, ethylene, chlor-alkali, and power generation since 1993. Prior he worked in executive management and technical positions at CB&I, Inc. and KBR, Inc. He earned his B.S. and M.S. in Chemical Engineering at Villanova University. He has authored over 25 chemical technology patents. Member American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Association of Consulting Chemists and Chemical Engineers, Sigma-Xi Research Society of America. firstname.lastname@example.org and www.egtgroup.com
Jacinta Schultz is a Senior Process Engineer in the Process Group at Thielsch Engineering, Inc. of Cranston, Rhode Island. She is responsible for process design and project interfaces with clients and other Divisions for all aspects of projects concerned with process and design engineering, and project management services regarding ammonia-urea, methanol, gasification, Fischer Tropsche, power generation, and other chemical processes. She earned her B.S. in Chemical Engineering at the University of Rhode Island and is member of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. email@example.com and www.thielsch.com.