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Mark Bernstein

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Title: Managing Director
Company: University of Southern California Energy Institute
Location: Los Angeles CA
Industry: Renewables & Environment
OnGreen Category: Energy Distribution & Efficiency
Biography

Dr. Bernstein is Managing Director of the University of Southern California’s Energy
Institute and is also a Professor of the Practice of Political Science. As Managing
Director Mark facilitates research across campus and works to engage government and
corporate executives in discussions about energy and environmental research at USC.
Mark’s research areas span across a broad range of issues in energy, environment, and
water including financing efficiency and renewable energy, climate change policy, and
technology diffusion.

Prior to USC, Mark spent 8 years as a Senior Policy Researcher at the RAND
Corporation. During the 2001 energy problems in California, Mark advised the Speaker
of the California State Assembly. At the end of 2005, Mark assisted the Housing
Committee of the Mississippi Governors Commission on Reconstruction to develop
recommendations for ensuring an adequate supply of quality and efficient affordable
housing in the Gulf Coast region in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

Until June of 1998 Mark spent two years as the Senior Energy Policy Analyst for the
White House Office of Science and Technology Policy in the Executive Office of the
President. Mark worked on the Administration’s climate change technology strategy
and helped to create a public-private partnership with the housing industry, the
Partnership for Advancing Technologies in Housing.

Prior to working at OSTP Mark spent over three years in the Washington DC office of the
National Renewable Energy Laboratory as Principal Energy Policy Analyst. Previously,
Mark spent 7 years on the faculty of the University of Pennsylvania and as Director of
the Center for Energy and the Environment. During this period Mark led USAID funded
executive training programs for energy executives from developing countries. Training
included executives from government ministries and companies, including countries
in Southeast Asia and Africa and executives were immersed in tools and techniques
for more efficiently planning and assessing energy and environmental opportunities.
He also spent 2 years working for United Engineers and Constructors in the Advanced
Engineering Department.

Mark has worked with a number of emerging and start-up companies and assisted them
in developing strategies and market objectives. Mark has also consulted with a number
of established companies in various capacities, as well as nationally owned
companies and governments including Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, Tanzania,
Namibia and Ecuador.

Mark is a Board Member of Global Clean Energy Holdings. Mark holds a Ph.D. in
Energy Management and Policy from the University of Pennsylvania and a Masters and
Bachelors in Mathematics.

Employment and Education

Employment

  • University of Southern California Energy InstituteManaging Director | 2006 - current
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Mark,

I am marketing a new product that is patented, and we are approved by the US EPA, CANADIAN EPA, and we are also authorized by the US COAST GUARD  for marine installations. 

We have been getting incredibly great results with our Hydrogen Generators. We have them installed on sevral trucking companies in CA, and AZ, also on a 212 foot superyacht, and it is installed on the 'Time Bandit' of the 'Deadliest Catch' fleet, who experienced a 23% fuel reduction, and 85% harmful exhaust emissions reduction. We are under contract to install on the 2 new WA State ferries being built in Seattle. We have over 1,400 units sold worldwide. 

Our system does work. The US DOE believes Hydrogen is the most viable Alternative Fuel available, and the EPA, and CARB believe it is the cleanest Alternative Fuel. 

Tue, 02/28/2012 - 18:19

Please look up IEPC Corp within the OnGreen community to learn about the future of intelligent lighting control, smart building, and smart city. IEPC’s Distributed Lighting Control system is the future of intelligent lighting control now.
Please contact Ron Flores for further information.
rf@iepc.cc
714-454-5697
SKYPE rf1995
www.vbc100.com (web site)
www.wecctalk.com (blog)

Tue, 05/24/2011 - 01:41

Mark

Are you awre of Arno Evers group and Workerence to be held in Germany later this year, I am championing the idea of a practical hydrogen village there?

http://www.linkedin.com/groups/VeMarine-Energy-Systems-1887973.S.4798387...
The Global Hydrogen Ambassadors
http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Global-Hydrogen-Ambassadors-Network-32844...
The Hydrogen Village, a new market opportunity
http://www.linkedin.com/groups/GUYs-3-Tailoring-Hydrogen-Ambassadors-328...
Workerence Stranberg August
http://www.hydrogenambassadors.com/workerence/index.html

rgds

robbie

Mon, 03/28/2011 - 01:38