Seattle University Law School, Seattle Journal for Environmental Law SJEL, Environmental Law, SuperCritical Technologies, Power Grid
SuperCritical Technologies is a Bremerton-based start-up that seeks to provide clean, ubiquitous, and reliable electricity to meet the world’s growing energy needs. Max Effgen, co-founder and lead of Business Development, spoke about this new technology with Caro-line Bisk, the Executive Content Development Editor of the Seattle Journal of Environmental Law. Caroline’s questions appear in SMALL CAPS in the interview that follows. Among many other things, Max addresses what makes their technology uniquely capable of ful-filling their mission, how energy regulation shapes many of their de-cisions and strategies, and why it is so important for Washington.
Effgen, Max and Bisk, Caroline
"Great Things Come in Small Packages: Max Effgen of Supercritical Technologies, on the Legal Contect Surrounding Their Creation of the World's Smallest Power Plant,"
Seattle Journal of Environmental Law: Vol. 5
, Article 11.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.law.seattleu.edu/sjel/vol5/iss1/11