Areas of Expertise:Clean Energy, Energy Efficiency, Hydropower, Natural Gas
HPB is a professor of Mechanical Engineering at Penn State. In a career spanning over 40 years since his Bachelor's degree, he has endeavored to contribute to develop energy systems that are efficient and environmentally friendly, but that, above all, serve with certainty the best the interests of civilization. These interests have led him to natural gas-activated, renewables and storage technologies. He has graduated numerous students, is avtice in ASME, and has contributed to ASHRAE, AIChE and Europe Polygenerations. He has numerous publications attesting to his curiosity about energy matters.
Recent Comments by Horacio Perez-Blanco
- "I am in the process of modeling a CHP system. It is somewhat “pie in the sky” in that the efficiencies considered, whereas achievable, a"
Alternatives to Net Metering: A Pathway to Decentralized Electricity Markets
- "Whereas I understand the convenience of using LNG for LNG ships, a more manageable fuel, such as propane, could go a long way to diminish pollution "
Fueling Marine Shipping: The Potential of LNG?
- "Offshore wind should show higher capacity factors than those for in-land wind applications, which hover at an average of ~0.25. Hence, they should p"
A Regional Approach to Offshore Wind?
- "Since time immemorial, people have, with good or bad reasons, been blaming each other for whatever happens. A positive eff"
Loss and Damage under the UNFCCC