Jacob Kingston

Jacob Kingston

Jacob Kingston Improves Conditions in Mines

Currently employed at Washakie Renewable Energy


Previous: University Of Utah



    Jacob Kingston has held a variety of positions related to the environment and improving working conditions for workers. He was a general miner for C.W. Mining and eventually went on to become the president of American Research and Development Corporation, where he worked to improve mine ventilation systems and oversaw research in renewable energy. Jacob Kingston is currently the CEO of Washakie Renewable Energy in Utah. Mr. Kingston has a BS, MS, and PhD in mechanical engineering from the University of Utah. During his time at the university, he performed extensive research on the combustion and formation of particles in boilers and how they could be tracked. He also taught courses focusing on fluid dynamics and heat transfer as they apply to mechanical engineering. In his personal life, Jacob Kingston enjoys going to new places, having traveled to Turkey and China. U2 is one of his favorite bands, and he has gone to Rome to see Bono perform live. He loves to cook and try out new foods, with seafood being one of his favorite dishes.



At Washakie Renewable Energy

From January 2006 to Present

University Of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah

PhD, University of Utah

From January 2000 to August 2006

Centres d'intérêt

  • Cooking
  • Fitness
  • Food