Areas of Expertise:
Hank Schilling directed GE Capital's Energy Financial Service's EHS function for 21 years before his retirement October 1. He was primarily concerned with due diligence for new deals and has signicant experience in fossil fueled power plants, renewable energy, international environmental affairs, energy infrastucture and water development. Prior to GE, he held various roles at EPA Headquarters. He also spent nearly a decade at Battelle institute's Science and Government Study Center conducting energy and environmental research.
Recent Comments by Albert Schilling
- "I agree that looking at life cycle emissions make sense if disputes over the studies are resolved and if there is some similar information about compe"
Do Fugitive Emissions Undermine Natural Gas?
- "Studies are fine but the market determines how much and what kind of energy people will use."
How Much (And What Kind) of Energy Is Enough?
- "But buyer enjoys $80 in operating savings. Shouldn't these be included?"
Energy Savings and Industrial Competitiveness Act of 2013