Benson P. Lee
President, Technology Management, Inc
Benson Lee is President and CEO of Technology Management, Inc., an Ohio developer of solid oxide fuel cell systems. He is a trustee (emeritus) of Cornell University and is on the Advisory Council of the Johnson School's Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise. He is a member of the National Advisory Committee for the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation. Locally, he serves on the Visiting Committee of the Cleveland State University, Nance College of Business, and is on the board of The Cleveland Foundation, the world's first community foundation. He is an advisor to Cleveland Bridge Builders, MotivAsians for Cleveland, the Women's Community Foundation, and Sustainable Cleveland. He is a former trustee of the Center for Community Solutions, Cleveland Scholarship Programs, Inc., the Cleveland Arts Prize, and was a founding trustee of the Cleveland Tomorrow Center for Venture Development, now JumpStart, Inc. He received his bachelors and masters degrees in Electrical Engineering from Cornell University.
TMI Demo at Farm Science Review
– kilowatt class (multi-fuel) solid oxide fuel cell system operating on vegetable oil made from soybeans.