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President & CEO Hybrid Power Technologies LLC


President & CEO  
Hybrid Power Technologies LLC, May 2007 to Present, Overland Park, Kansas United States
Hybrid Power Technologies LLC is developing the hybrid-nuclear power plant which was invented and patented (US) by Mike Keller

Utilities Director  
Roquette America, April 2006 to May 2007, Keokuk, Iowa United States
Managed power generation and distribution for refinery

Project Director  
Sterling Energy, July 2002 to April 2006, Capistrano Beach, California United States
Project Director, power plant start-ups

Project Manager  
Black & Veatcth, June 1992 to July 2002, Overland Park United States
Domestic and overseas combined-cycle power plants.

Project Engineer/Manager  
Toledo Edison, July 1986 to June 1992, Ohio United States
(Nuclear energy)
Project engineer, Outage manager. Davis-Bessie Nuclear Power Station

Washington Public Power Supply Sstem, June 1981 to June 1986, Satsop, Washington United States
(Nuclear (Energy))
Nuclear system engineer, WNP-3/5

Project Engineer  
Combustion Engineering, October 1975 to June 1981, Windor, Connecticut United States
(Nuclear Power)
Project Engineer for Nuclear Steam Supply System

Newport News Shipbuilding (NNS), June 1972 to October 1975, Newport News, Virginia United States
(Nuclear Submarines)
Development of shipboard reactor support systems


Saint Martin's College  
Master of Business Administration, Management, Sep, 1983 to May, 1986

Rensselaer Polytechnic Inst  
Master Of Science, Mechanical Engineering, Sep, 1976 to May, 1979

University of Virginia  
Bachelor Of Science, Nuclear Engineering, Sep, 1967 to Jun, 1972


  • Site Certification/Davis-Besse Nuclear Power Plant
    Toledo Edison/First Enegry 
  • Professional Engineer/ Mechancial Emgineering
    State of Kansas (14158)


Hybrid Integrated Energy Production Process  (7,961,835)    
Inventors: Micheal F. Keller.  Issued June 14, 2011  in United States

Disclosed is an advanced process that relates to the enhanced production of energy using the integration of multiple thermal cycles (Brayton and Rankine) that employ multiple fuels, multiple working fluids, turbines and equipment.


Hybrid-nuclear Power: An Unexpected Small Reactor Approach     
Published by (SMR2011-6520 & 6554/ASME)
Authors: Michael F. Keller.  Published September 28, 2011

Summary of the hybrid-nuclear technology, economics and applications.