|SSI Technical Seminar Series|
SSI Technical Seminar Series
Speakers are chosen based on recommendations by the UCSD Campus Collaborative team members including faculty, facilities management and operations staff. Topics will include cutting edge water technologies identified by the Collaborative as having potential for implementation on campus.
Wednesdays, 4 - 5 pm
"Perspectives from the San Diego County Water Authority"
Wednesday, October 21, 2009
Bill Rose is responsible for the acquisition, management, and land surveying of the Water Authority’s rights of way. His department is an integral part of the agency’s effort to implement the Capital Improvement Program through the acquisition of rights of way. The long-term
"Inexpensive Desalination: Harnessing Natural Forces"
Wednesday, November 18, 2009
Featuring Michael Motherway, President of DXV Water Technologies, LLC
Mr. Motherway has extensive experience in the development of energy resources particularly natural gas power plants. In additional to developing and financing traditional power plants, he assisted in the development of alternative energy sources such as wind farms and industrial cogeneration facilities. These efforts were on behalf of some large independent power producers and investor owned utilities.
While at the National Energy Group he helped develop an innovative dispersed generating portfolio that included the commissioning six plants (350 megawatts) in just three years from start of development. At NEV Technologies, he was involved in the commercialization of a new microturbine generator. As a consultant, he has evaluated new energy technologies and renewable projects on behalf of investors.
Mr. Motherway started his career in the finance department at AlliedSignal Aerospace and has economics degrees from Princeton University (BA) and the University of California at Santa Barbara (MA).
Wednesday, December 9, 2009
Mr. Cain is a landscape architect with 16 years experience as an ecological design professional. He founded a design/build
Wednesday, January 13, 2009
Responsible for delivering water for the second largest city in California, the city of San Diego’s Water Department