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Wilson Chu is responsible for global business development for the Stationary Emissions Control (SEC) Division and is also responsible for all marketing activities for the North American region. SEC provides catalysts and catalytic systems for coal power plants, stationary engines, gas turbines, marine vessels, locomotives and small utility engines. SEC has facilities in the US, UK, Germany and China.
He has extensive experience in the development of new markets and the commercialization of new technologies. He has over 24 years of experience with JM in the marketing of environmental catalysts and systems, gas purification equipment and fuel cells. His industry expertise spans the environmental, semiconductor and power sectors.
He is actively engaged in developing and advancing emissions control strategies to meet current and future applications. He has helped Johnson Matthey establish strong ties with key federal and state agencies including the DOE, EPA, DOC, NETL, and the PA Congressional Delegation, PA Senate and House and the Pennsylvania DEP. Mr. Chu is active in Manufacturers of Emission Controls Association (MECA), Institute of Clean Air Companies (ICAC) and California Clean Distributed Generation Coalition (CCDC). He was also active in the US Fuel Cell Council.
He has a BS in Chemical Engineering from Northeastern University
Craig McKim is the Combustion Market Manager for Testo Inc., located in Sparta, New Jersey. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania and has been working with environmental testing and test instrumentation for over 25 years. Mr. McKim began his professional career testing physical and chemical parameters in the oil and gas fields of the southwest. He then moved on to testing and evaluations associated with environmental assessments and spill site cleanups. For the last 14 years, Mr. McKim has been leading the Testo emissions and combustion product lines in the United States and Canada.