Scientist: Jero Ahola

Jero Ahola ESMH scientistJero Ahola was born in Lappeenranta, Finland, in 1974. He received his M.Sc. and D.Sc. degrees in Electrical Engineering from LUT University, Lappeenranta, Finland, in 1999 and 2003, respectively. He currently works as a full professor (Energy efficiency in electrically driven systems) at the Department of Electrical Engineering at LUT. Jero Ahola is a representative of Finland (Alternative Exco & Task 1) in IEA Photovoltaic Power Systems Program. His current research interests include power-to-x processes, solar photovoltaics and energy efficiency in pump, fan, and compressor systems. At LUT, Jero has been heading the research projects SOLETAIR and NEO-CARBON FOOD, where fuels and food are made from air using renewable electricity.

A scientist’s opinion Interview with Jero Ahola about microbial protein

A scientist’s opinion : Interview with Jero Ahola about microbial protein

Microbial protein, a scientist’s opinion Interview with Jero Ahola, professor at the Department of Electrical Engineering at LUT. Is this project called Neo Carbon Food a huge step in the scientific research by Finnish scientists? Our project began in 2014 when we started thinking about electrifying the whole energy system. We’ve already known that we can ...

Is microbial protein the answer to the quest for meatless meat

Is microbial protein the answer to the quest for ‘meatless meat’?

Can you imagine producing agri-products without having to use land? Finnish scientists and researchers have produced protein, manufactured by microbes, using electricity, water, nutrients and air.