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Ed Kinderman, Ph. D. Chemistry
Senior Energy Researcher. 1.*

Ed Kinderman joined SRI in 1956 with a rather extensive background in energy research, starting with isotope separation research at the Radiation Laboratory of the University of California in the early 1940s and then seven years of research related to nuclear reactor operation and nuclear fuel separation at the Richland, Washington, plutonium plant (Hanford Works). At SRI he first pursued research in nuclear energy applications and studied nuclear materials control, terrorist and "rogue nation" threats, and proliferation issues while managing diverse energy-related, laboratory-based programs. 2

In the early 1970s, he began studies of energy end-uses and conservation. By 1978, he was fully occupied with techno-economic and market analyses of the complete spectrum of alternative energy sources for government and industrial clients. As part of this work he examined energy storage, particularly its application in the electric power industry. While formally retired, he is still investigating environmental control policies and technologies as well as devoting time to the analysis of global energy issues. He holds a Ph.D. degree in chemistry from the University of Notre Dame. 3




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