Brock Forrest

NET Power

Chief Technology Officer

Brock Forrest is the Chief Technology Officer at NET Power where he is the primary technology and due diligence R&D subject matter expert, focusing on the design and development of the supercritical CO2 Allam-Fetvedt Cycle. He is widely referred to as the foremost international expert in CO₂ power cycles, with 26 granted patents worldwide and 89 pending patents across 17 families. Mr. Forrest’s work has included the primary process modeling, engineering oversight, and procurement for NET Power’s 50MWt natural gas demonstration plant, which is the world’s first supercritical CO2 power plant. Currently, Mr. Forrest is leading the design effort for the first 300MW commercial NET Power plant. Mr. Forrest holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Engineering from MIT and is a sought-after expert reviewer and advisor for the U.S. Department of Energy.

Sessions With Brock Forrest

Tuesday, 8 March

Wednesday, 9 March