Fueling Clean Energy Transformation: Turbo Expo Trends and Technetics’ Hydrogen Innovations
What trends can innovators look to for fueling clean energy transformation? This year’s Turbo Expo 2023 offered plenty of possibilities.
Rising global temperatures and environmental challenges are not just headlines but catalysts for change. The race to pioneer a sustainable future is on, and hydrogen energy emerges as a potential frontrunner. With recent studies spotlighting hydrogen’s pivotal role in the clean energy matrix, the question arises: Is hydrogen the revolution the world has been waiting for?
Which innovations are truly propelling the clean energy transformation, and how poised is the world to welcome this change?
In this episode of Getting Technetical, host Bobby Brill examines the clean energy transformation and how Technetics’ is fueling hydrogen innovation. Brill’s guests, Tyler Noyes, Shivani Rudradat, and Elaine Motyka from the Technetics Group, provide critical takeaways from Turbo Expo 2023 and the technological advancements making a clean energy transformation possible.
- The groundbreaking revelations from the ASME Turbo Expo
- The potential of hydrogen as a transformative clean energy source, especially its implications for the aviation sector
- Technetics’ pioneering approach to clean energy, with a focus on their innovative “acoustic felt metal.”
About the Guests:
Elaine Motyka, boasting over twenty-five years in the industry, is the Principal Materials Engineer at Technetics Group. Her unwavering commitment to innovation has solidified her position at Technetics for the past fourteen years. Shivani Rudradat, the dynamic Product Manager for seals and materials in North America, has been with Technetics for a decade. Her role involves envisioning the future trajectory of the company’s innovations. Tyler Noyes, stationed in Columbia, South Carolina, functions as the R&D Test Engineer while pursuing his PhD at the University of South Carolina. His expertise ranges from hands-on customer testing to cutting-edge research endeavors.