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Distinguished Lecture by Siemens Energy President Richard Voorberg

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Join the Wilton E. Scott Institute for Energy Innovation at CMU for a Distinguished Lecture featuring Richard Voorberg

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Hear from Richard Voorberg as the President of the North America Hub of Siemens Energy.

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Richard Voorberg is President of the North America Hub of Siemens Energy, based in Orlando, FL. In this role, Richard has regional responsibility for the Energy business in the Americas, which includes the company’s Generation, Industrial Applications, and Transmission divisions.

Most recently, Richard served as the Head of Service in North America, where he was responsible for managing all aspects of Large Power Service, including Gas Turbines, Steam Turbines, Generators and Nuclear. Additionally, he is Chairman of the Board for Advanced Airfoil Components.

Richard has almost 30 years of experience with Siemens including extensive involvement in the manufacturing, commissioning management, project management and marketing aspects of the power generation business. Richard was responsible for the design, project management and building of a brand-new factory at the Charlotte, North Carolina, site for gas turbine manufacturing.

Richard holds a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Waterloo, Canada, and his MBA from ESMT in Berlin Germany.

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The Wilton E. Scott Institute for Energy Innovation addresses the world’s most pressing energy challenges by enabling collaborative research, strategic partnerships, policy outreach, entrepreneurship, and education. We support impactful work that strives to optimize resources and reduce environmental consequences associated with energy production and use. We understand that energy and social equity issues are deeply interconnected, and society can benefit with improved energy access. We seek to encourage the development of breakthrough technologies that will accelerate the transition to a sustainable, low-carbon energy future.

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