Agnihotri elected to board of ThermoEnergy Corp
22 Jan 12 by desalination
Dr Dileep Agnihotri, the CEO and president of Advanced Hydro Inc, a company set up to commercialise a novel antifouling membrane coating technology at the University of Texas – Austin, has joined the board of ThermoEnergy Corp, a Massachusetts-based company engaged in development and sales of municipal and industrial wastewater-recovery and clean power-generation technologies.
Dr Agnihotri holds a PhD in Nuclear Chemistry and an MS in Physical Chemistry from the University of Rochester. He also has an MS degree in Physics from Agra University. He has published more than 30 articles and holds more than half a dozen patents.
“Dr Agnihotri’s extensive knowledge and experience in the wastewater treatment industry will be an exceptional asset as ThermoEnergy continues to formulate its strategies for growth,” said ThermoEnergy chairman and CEO, Cary Bullock.
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