• CERAWeek
  • March 18 - 22, 2024

Jeffrey Benoit

PSM - a Hanwha Company

Vice President of Clean Energy Solutions

Jeff Benoit is the Vice President of Clean Hydrogen Energy Solutions for Power Systems Mfg., LLC, known widely in the global gas turbine power plant service industry as PSM, located in Jupiter, FL, USA.  PSM is a wholly owned subsidiary within the Hanwha Group, which is headquartered in Seoul, South Korea.  In his current role, Jeff is responsible for identifying and developing new clean energy and power business markets – including upstream and mid-stream strategic partnerships - leveraging PSM’s proven and emerging portfolio of decarbonization gas turbine upgrades, including operating HyFlex™ high-hydrogen combustion system retrofit platforms. Jeff started his professional career at General Electric, where he held progressive technical leadership roles in their Aviation, Navy Nuclear and Power Generation businesses before joining PSM as the Director and then VP of their Advanced Combustion Engineering R&D organization.  Jeff then brought his technical knowledge and experience to industry-facing and commercial PSM leadership roles in Product Management, Product Marketing, Strategy and Business Development prior to his current business development position. Jeff, a holder of four US Patents, obtained his BS in Mechanical Engineering from Clarkson University and a MS in Mechanical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Sessions With Jeffrey Benoit

Thursday, 21 March

  • 12:30pm - 01:00pm (CST) / 21/mar/2024 05:30 pm - 21/mar/2024 06:00 pm

    Retrofitting End-use Assets for Hydrogen

    Hydrogen

    Retrofitting end-use assets for hydrogen offers several benefits, both environmental and economic, as part of efforts to transition toward a low-carbon economy. In addition to requiring advancements in technologies, it is also driving investment in the hydrogen value chain. What policies provide incentives for retrofitting? What is the scope of assets that can be retrofitted to hit net-zero targets?