Dan Batscha is a senior thermodynamic engineer in ORMAT responsible for all thermodynamic design aspects. Dan Batscha joined Ormat in 1988 after working for fossil power plant design and has since risen in Ormat to be the authority in power plant design. Danny has vast experience in developing power cycle solutions for the geothermal and waste heat applications and design of related equipment such as turbines, shell & tube and air cooled heat exchangers. Following his view of improvement & development, Danny is fully engaged with field tests of equipment and performance analysis of power plants.
Danny holds a B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering, has 16 patents to his name and has written scientific papers on the efficient use of geothermal energy.