Susan Maley has spent most of her career developing and applying sensor and control technologies. Prior to joining EPRI in January 2015, she spent 14 years with the U.S. Department of Energy, leading programs in the Crosscutting Research Program for DOE’s Office of Fossil Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory. Those programs included advanced sensors and controls, the advanced energy concepts area, the high-performance materials program, computational sciences, and the water management R&D program. In her current role, Susan is leading the Instrumentation, Control and Automation Program for EPRI’s Generation Sector and also is the leader of EPRI’s Intelligent Generation Initiative (I4Gen) and is part of the team working on the Research Imperative (RI) in Sensors and Analytics. She has bachelors and masters degrees in chemical engineering.
Principal Project Manager, Instrumentation, Controls, and Automation Program