Mike Caravaggio is a Senior Program Manager at the Electric Power Research Institute. His responsibilities include overseeing research programs in the area of power plant major component assets (steam turbines, combustion turbines, generators, boilers and heat recovery steam generators) for a global group of electric power companies. The goal of his work is to ensure the tools and knowledge required to manage these assets to reduce unplanned outages and operations and maintenance (O&M) costs, and improve unit profitability are developed and successfully integrated into the group's businesses. Caravaggio has led coordination of EPRI’s work on enabling flexible generation of central stations since 2016.
Caravaggio received a Bachelor’s of Science degree in environmental (chemical) engineering from the University of Waterloo (Canada) and a Masters of Business Administration (Strategy) from the Nanyang Business School (Singapore). He is a member of the Research Committee on Power Plant and Environmental Chemistry. Caravaggio also is a Professional Engineer in the Province of Ontario.