Air Sensors: New Opportunities, New Challenges and Impacts on Sources and Regulators

Tuesday, December 11, 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm ET

There are many potential applications for new smaller, portable, and less expensive air sensors, such as community engagement, research, and management.  This webinar will provide an in-depth understanding of the state-of-the-art for air sensors, their uses, and the quality of measurement techniques and data for various types of air pollutants.  Manufacturers, testers and users of next generation air sensors, as well as policymakers, will benefit from the knowledge of our expert panel of speakers.  Presenters also will cover opportunities and concerns for regulators and regulated entities.

Member: $99.00; Nonmember:  $149.00

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Tim Dye, TD Environmental Services, LLC

Tim Dye has over 25 years of experience in environmental monitoring, data management, and public communication. A visionary and entrepreneur, Tim is a widely recognized leader in air sensors and Internet of Things (IoT) technologies for environmental applications. He focuses on low-cost, air quality sensor evaluation and deployment, data management and analytics, and citizen and community science applications. Tim offers a unique blend of strong technical skills, in-depth knowledge, and creativity to develop innovative solutions.

Tim Hunt, Senior Director of Air Quality Programs, American Forest & Paper Association
Tim Hunt is the Senior Director of Air Quality Programs at the American Forest & Paper Association.  He is responsible for executing advocacy strategies for the forest products industry on EPA clean air regulations and policies.  Prior to joining AF&PA in 2000, Tim worked for the American Petroleum Institute for four years and nine years at the Office of Management and Budget reviewing EPA regulations.  Tim started his career at EPA.  Tim has a Master’s in City and Regional Planning from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government and an undergraduate degree in Biology and Environmental Studies from Colby College.

Jason Sloan, Executive Director, Association of Air Pollution Control Agencies (AAPCA)
Jason Sloan is the Executive Director for the Association of Air Pollution Control Agencies (AAPCA), a consensus-driven non-profit organization focused on assisting air quality agencies and personnel with implementation and technical issues associated with the federal Clean Air Act. AAPCA represents more than 40 state and local air agencies, and senior officials from 20 state environmental agencies currently sit on AAPCA’s Board of Directors. AAPCA is affiliated with The Council of State Governments and is located in Lexington, Kentucky.

Stephanie Shaw, Principal Technical Leader, Energy & Environment, Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI)
Dr. Shaw’s research assesses the environmental impacts of fossil and renewable energy generation and storage. She has over 20 years of experience in criteria pollutant and greenhouse gas monitoring of ambient air and emissions from various industrial sectors and natural sources through laboratory and field measurements, and instrument and microsensor application. Previously, Dr. Shaw investigated industrial pollutant exposures at ChemRisk, and was a NOAA research fellow in residence at U.C. Berkeley. Dr. Shaw received a S.B. in chemical engineering, and a Ph.D. in atmospheric chemistry, from MIT.

Moderator:  John D. Kinsman, Senior Director, Environment, Edison Electric Institute (EEI)
John Kinsman is Senior Director, Environment at the Edison Electric Institute (EEI), where he works on policy, regulatory and legislative aspects of air quality issues.  A long-term member of AWMA, Mr. Kinsman serves as chair of the AWMA journal EM’s Editorial Advisory Committee and has organizing numerous topical issues of the journal.  He has served as a Board member for the South Atlantic States Section and as an officer of the Power Generation & Renewable Energy Technical Coordinating Committee.  Mr. Kinsman holds degrees in environmental science from the University of Virginia and George Mason University.


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