Tim McJunkin, Technical Director, Net-zero Microgrid Program, Idaho National Lab

Notable: Tim McJunkin is a Distinguished Researcher at Idaho National Laboratory (INL) and has been with INL since 1999. McJunkin serves as the Technical Director of the cross-cutting Net-zero Microgrid Program at INL. His current research and development areas include resilient control of critical infrastructure, net-zero microgrids and cybersecurity. He has published 20+ peer review journal articles, four book chapter and been awarded 13 patents.

McJunkin will be presenting the session, How the endgame for net-zero microgrids will need a small reactor gambit, on Feb. 21 at 1:35 pm.

Quotable: “The reason we need to have a gambit to get this going is that we don’t have a net-zero power source in all locations, so small nuclear reactors really fit the bill. We need to start to plan for that now.”

Please don’t miss this opportunity to join us in Orlando for POWERGEN International on Feb. 21-23, 2023. You can learn more about our speakers and register at POWERGEN.com.

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