ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit 2010
Kenneth J. Kelly

Kenneth J. Kelly

Senior Project Leader, Hawaii Clean Energy Initiative

National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)

Kenneth J. Kelly, National Renewable Energy Laboratory. Ken has 19 years experience working on energy efficient transportation research at NREL. He is currently serving in Hawaii as NREL's Senior Project Leader for the Hawaii Clean Energy Initiative. While at NREL, Ken has managed and conducted research in a wide array of advanced vehicle and transportation technologies. Most recently he managed NREL's research and development on advanced thermal control technologies for automotive power electronics. His past experience at NREL includes alternative fuel vehicle emissions testing and analysis, alternative fuel vehicle fleet evaluations, light-duty and heavy-duty hybrid vehicle systems modeling, development of computer aided engineering tools for robust design of hybrid vehicle and fuel cell technologies, and research and development of novel heat transfer technologies. Ken was one of the founding members of NREL's Alternative Fuels Data Center, and in 1997, he was awarded an NREL Annual Staff Award for "extraordinary productivity leading to significant contributions to the Center for Transportation Technologies and Systems". Ken's industrial experience includes work as a manufacturing engineer at Swagelok and Ohio Broach and Machine Company. Ken holds M.S. and B.S degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Ohio University where he also worked at Sun Power Inc. specializing in Stirling Engine technologies.
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