The Center for Global Sustainability is pleased to welcome Henry Kelly to the Spring 2019 CGS Forums. Kelly will be presenting on “The Needed Revolution in Industrial Energy use”.
Henry Kelly is a senior scientist in the University of Michigan’s Michigan Institute for Data Science. He has held a number of positions in the federal government including the US Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, the Congressional Office of Technology Assessment, The US Department of Energy (principle deputy assistant secretary for energy efficiency and renewable energy), the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (associate director for technology, principal assistant director for environment and energy and senior advisor to the director). He has also served as the assistant director of the Solar Energy Research Institute (now the National Renewable Energy Laboratory), and president of the Federation of American Scientists. He is an elected fellow of the AAAS and APS and is a member of the advisory board for the Energy and Environment Directorate of the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. He has a PhD in physics from Harvard University and a BA in physics from Cornell University.