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Kerry Cheung

Program Manager and Technical Advisor, U.S. DOE

Kerry joined the Power Systems Engineering Research and Development division within the Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability (OE) in 2013. He currently serves as the Program Manager for the Transformer Resilience and Advanced Components Program, a new program focused on the development of next-generation grid hardware, and is the Portfolio Manager for OE’s SBIR/STTR activities. He is also managing various projects under the Smart Grid R&D Program and the Energy Storage Program, and is heavily involved in various strategic initiatives across the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) enterprise. Most recently, Kerry co-authored the Grid Modernization chapter of the 2015 Quadrennial Technology Review (QTR), led the development of the associated technology assessments, and produced portfolio recommendations that will inform Departmental priorities.
Prior to joining the DOE, he served as an American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Science Technology and Policy Fellow (2010-2012) and as an Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE) Fellow (2012-2013) working with OE in the Office of the Assistant Secretary. In this capacity, he contributed to the development of the Department’s first QTR released in 2011, served as a key member of the Grid Tech Team tasked with developing strategies and coordinating activities for grid modernization, and detailed to the Office of U.S. Senator Brian Schatz (D-HI) where he supported the Senator in Energy and Natural Resources Committee assignments and developed original legislation (S.1652 and S.2989) introduced in the 113th Congress. Kerry holds a B.S. in Applied and Engineering Physics from Cornell University and a M.S. and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Mike Wilks

Director, Ernst & Young

Mike is a Director in Global Power & Utilities Advisory at Ernst & Young, with 24 years’ international power sector experience at National Grid, Enron, and as a consultant in over 20 countries worldwide with KEMA, Poyry and now EY.
He is internationally known as a leading expert on all aspects of power networks and their interaction with wholesale markets and other power sector stakeholders. This includes deployment of “smart grids”, “microgrids” and associated “smart energy” technologies such as energy storage and demand side management (DSM).
For example, Mike was an invited member of international panel of experts advising the International Energy Association (IEA) on development of their “2050 Technology Roadmap for Energy Storage” published in 2014. He was also a founding member of the European Smart Energy Demand Coalition (SEDC) promoting DSM development in Europe.
Over the last 5 years he has been at the forefront of analysing and understanding the transformational change and ”smart” implications of the targeted decarbonisation of the European power sector; advising clients encompassing the European Commission, national governments and regulators, network companies, smart energy technology providers and financial investors.
Mike is regularly asked to chair and present thought leadership on power networks and smart energy issues at major international power sector conferences and expert forums.

I-Chun Hsiao

Analyst, Energy Smart Technology
New Energy Finance , Bloomberg L.P.

I-Chun Hsiao (蕭義俊) is an Analyst in the Tokyo office of Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF). A member of the Energy Smart Technologies team I-Chun publishes research on topics related to energy storage, electrified transport, energy efficiency, and digital energy in the Asia-Pacific region. He has also taken a deep dive on the prospect of energy storage in the PJM Interconnection and California ISO markets. I-Chun worked in the World Bank and the UN system prior to BNEF. He received a MPP in international trade and finance from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University; a MS and BS in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University and National Taiwan University, respectively.

Reji Kumar Pillai

President, India Smart Grid Forum

Reji is the President of India Smart Grid Forum (www.indiasmartgrid.org) and an internationally renowned expert in the energy sector with over three decades of experience in the electricity industry in diverse functions covering the entire value chain and across continents. He is spearheading a mission to leverage technology to transform the electric grid in India and light every home at affordable cost through sustainable developmental models. Reji played the pivotal role in formulation of the Smart Grid Vision & Roadmap for India (August 2013) and the launch of a National Smart Grid Mission (March 2015) by Government of India, issue of Model Smart Grid Regulations (June 2015) by Forum of Regulators; and issue of Standards for Smart Meters (IS 16444-2015 in August 2015) by Bureau of Indian Standards. He is presently advocating for a “Right to Electricity Act” that will ensure lifeline supply of electricity to all households in the country. His current areas of research include: leveraging smart grid assets as anchor infrastructure for building smarter cities at marginal cost, development of Smart City Maturity Model, demonstration of smart microgrids that can participate in demand response market; and appropriate electric vehicle infrastructure solutions for India.
As an entrepreneur, Reji has built successful enterprises in India and overseas and exited them. Presently, he is the Founder and Managing Director of Magnetar Venture, an India focused cleantech fund to foster innovation in clean technologies with a vision to build globally successful enterprises out of India in the emerging cleantech revolution.
Reji has studied Engineering, Finance, Management and Law; worked with NTPC and IBM and been a senior consultant with ADB, World Bank and USAID. A recognized thought leader in smart grid technologies, Reji is a popular key-note speaker at international symposiums and conferences on smart grids and smart cities. He has also contributed to several articles and books.

Felicisima Arriola

Access to Energy Expert (Consultant), Asian Development Bank

Ms. Felicisima Arriola is currently engaged as Access to Energy Expert for Asian Development Bank’s (ADB’s) Energy for All initiative. Energy for All aims to empower the region’s poor by increasing access to modern energy. Primarily, her task is the development of pilot energy access projects, specifically in the Philippines. The projects involve the development of mini-grid systems catering to the off-grid and remote areas in the country.
The initiative is expected to upscale and can be linked up to ADB’s operations departments. She is also tasked primarily to manage the Energy for All partnership secretariat by assisting working group chairs in all aspects of working group formation and management, attracting members and sponsors, establishing priorities and targets, preparing and implementing work plans, bringing new partners to the Energy for All network, preparing annual reports for donors, among others. The Energy for All partnership aims to increase energy access to 100 million people in Asia and the Pacific region by 2015.
Ms. Arriola has an extensive experience on renewable energy development being in the Department of Energy for more than 15 years. She also joined some private sector companies engaged in renewable energy development prior to joining ADB.
Ms. Arriola is a Filipino national, has a Masters of Science degree in Renewable Energy Development and a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Economics.

Woo-Yul Lee

Energy Specialist , Energy Specialist

Mr. Woo Yul Lee is an Energy Specialist in the Pacific Department of the Asian Development Bank (ADB). He has been leading various renewable energy and energy efficiency projects in China and Pacific Islands since 2010.
Before ADB, Mr. Lee worked as an Energy Advisor/Climate Change Expert at Lahmeyer International GmbH in Germany, where he was responsible for providing financial and climate change advisory service for various renewable energy projects and conducting techno-economic analysis to assess project viability for private equity investors and lenders as well as other multilateral institutions
Mr. Lee holds a Master of Science in Sustainable Energy Systems and Management from the University of Flensburg, Germany, and a Bachelors in Entrepreneurial Management from Royal Roads University in Victoria, Canada.

Ryan Wartena

CEO, Geli

Ph.D. Chemical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA(2001)
B.S. Chemical Engineering, University of California, San Diego (UCSD), La Jolla, CA(1997)

Growing Energy Labs, Inc. (Geli), Feb 2010 - Current (CSO July 2013 - Aug 2014)
Chief Executive Officer & Co-Founder; GELI organizes the world’s energy through information technology and networked energy storage. GELI’s core technology is in long-lived energy storage and local energy networks with it’s patented energy networking methods. GELI’s flagship product is the Energy Operating System (Geli EOS) software for economic optimization and automation of energy storage systems and microgrids and Global Energy Network Interface (GENI) web-application for energy-economic awareness and visualization.
Consulting Practice, Dec 2005 - Dec 2010
Providing due diligence services for VCs (General Catalyst, Maniv Capital) for energy storage technology and business. Consulting and battery testing services for Panasonic Energy (Japan), electrical engineering firms, and electrical contracting companies.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, July 2004 - Nov 2007
Postdoctoral Scientist, Department of Material Science and Engineering with Yet-Ming Chiang funded by the Director of Central Intelligence (DCI) Postdoctoral Program
Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC, Oct 2001 - 2003
Postdoctoral Scientist, Chemistry Division, Surface Chemistry Branch, Advanced Electrochemical Materials Section Research: Small, Distributed Energy Systems and Applications

Jun-Ill Yoon

Senior Manager, Hyosung Corporation

  Work Experience

Mar.2015 - Present

Jul.2013 – Mar.2015


Jul.2007- Jul.2013
Jan.2010 – Present

Sep.2013 - Present


Feb.2004 – Apr.2007

Corporate Strategy Office, Hyosung Corporation(Seoul, Korea)
PISPG and Energy Module, Leader
Power & Industrial Systems Performance Group, Hyosung Corporation
ESS Business Group Leader, Solution Business Team, Power Systems Performance Unit
EEE Part Manager, New Business Team
KETEP*, Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy(Seoul, Korea)
Technical Advisor, Energy Technology Development
Korea Smart Grid Association,(Seoul, Korea)
Committee Chair of ESS
Battery R&D, LG Chem/Research Park(Daejeon, Korea)
Research Engineer

  Education
Mar.2000 - Feb.2002

Mar.1996 - Feb.2000
Graduate School of Korea University(Seoul, Korea)
M.S. in Mechanical Engineering
Korea University(Seoul, Korea)
B.S. in Mechanical Engineering
  Awards and Certificates
Oct.2014

Jun.2013
Mar.2002 – Feb.2004

Commendation from Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy Frost and Sullivan
2nd Infantry Division, 8th United States Arm
Korea University
  Selected Patents
Feb.2004 - Present 44 patents are granted and more than 100 overseas

Vince Heo

International Development Manager, Ernst&Young Advisory

Yoonjae (Vince) Heo is a Manager in International Development Advisory team at Ernst & Young. With his current role, he conducts policy research and economic assessment in the area of clean energy and energy efficiency advising governments, international organizations, and private sector. He worked in Procter & Gamble and Bloomberg prior to Ernst & Young. He received a MSc in environmental policy and regulation from the London School of Economics and Political Science, and BA in Agricultural Economics from Seoul National University.
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