Alternative Approaches to Carbon Capture and Storage at Existing Coal Power Plant Sites

Robert H. Williams is a Senior Research Scientist at the Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI), Princeton University.
He graduated from Yale University with a BS in physics in 1962, and from University of California, Berkeley with a PhD, in theoretical plasma physics, in 1967. He taught at University of Michigan, Physics Department, in 1970. In 1972, he became Chief Scientist with the Ford Foundation’s Energy Policy Project.

Alternative Approaches to Carbon Capture and Storage at Existing Coal Power Plant Sites

Publish Date

December 7, 2009

Presenter(s)

Robert Williams

Video Length

00:28:15

Robert H. Williams is a Senior Research Scientist at the Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI), Princeton University.
He graduated from Yale University with a BS in physics in 1962, and from University of California, Berkeley with a PhD, in theoretical plasma physics, in 1967. He taught at University of Michigan, Physics Department, in 1970. In 1972, he became Chief Scientist with the Ford Foundation’s Energy Policy Project.