Director of Sustainability, Rochester Regional Health
Dr. Michael Waller is the Director of Sustainability for Rochester Regional Health, a healthcare system serving the greater Rochester NY area. He has worked there since January of 2016, and comes with a background in mechanical engineering with a specific focus on renewable energy. Mike earned his PhD in Sustainability from Rochester Institute of Technology, where he focused on developing hydrogen fuel cell systems for unmanned aerial vehicles. Prior to his work in hydrogen fuel cells, he was working in the solar field at a long term testing facility for solar energy products, located in Phoenix Arizona while also studying for his Master’s degree in Solar Energy Engineering.
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