Hawaii Natural Energy Institute
School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology
University of Hawaii at Manoa
2005 - 2009 Hawaii Energy Policy Forum - Communications Working Group Co-Chair
2002 - 2009 Hydrogen Systems Program Manager
Submarine Marine Engineer Officer - Royal Navy
Submarine Commanding Officer - Royal Canadian Navy
Navy Diving Officer - Royal Canadian Navy
Destroyer Commanding Officer - Royal Canadian Navy
NATO Submarine Warplans Officer - United States Navy
Vice President - Energy Partners - West Palm Beach, FL
Co-Chairman of the Board - National Hydrogen Association - Washington, DC
Member - Business Advisory Committee - Florida Solar Energy Center
Vice President - MDS Aerosupport Corporation - Montreal, Canada
Vice President, Director, General Manager - Modular Vision Systems - Montreal, Canada
Vice President & General Manager - DXPE - Houston, TX
Qualified as Master of a Foreign Going Steamship Unrestricted Tonnage
B.S. Applied Science - Royal Military College of Canada
PSC - Royal Navy Staff College Greenwich - London, UK
U.S. Patent #5,346,778 - Clean Energy Transportation System
Rocheleau, R.E., J. Ewan and M. Staackmann. 2003. The Hawaii Hydrogen Mission. Report to the Hawaii Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism. Hawaii Natural Energy Institute.
Rocheleau, R.E., J. Ewan and M. Staackmann. 2004. Hydrogen Production in Hawaii - Assessing the Potential for Large-Scale Production using Renewable Energy Sources in Hawaii. Report to the Hawaii Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism. Hawaii Natural Energy Institute.
J. Ewan, M. Johnson. 2005. Hawaii Gateway Energy Center at NELHA Business Development Plan - Report to the Natural Energy Laboratory of Hawaii Authority by Hawaii Natural Energy Institute.
M. Ewan and R. Rocheleau, “The Hawaii Renewable Hydrogen Program”, “National Hydrogen Association Conference & Expo”, Columbia, South Carolina. March 2009
S. Busquet, M. Ewan, R. Rocheleau, “Description and First Results of a Wind-PV-Hydrogen System at Kahua Ranch on The Big Island of Hawaii”, “National Hydrogen Association Conference & Expo”, Sacrement, California. March 2008
S. Busquet, M. Ewan, R. Rocheleau, “Hawaii Hydrogen Power Park: Experimental Results of a Stand-Alone Power System Coupling Renewable Energy Generators, Battery Storage and Hydrogen Storage System”, accepted for presentation at 214th meeting of the Electrochemical Society, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, October 12-17, 2008.