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Power Lunch Lecture Series: What's Shaking for Energy in Remote Communities

National Renewable Energy Laboratory Education Center

15013 Denver West Parkway
Golden, CO 80401


Phone: 303.384.6565

 

Presented by Sherry Stout, Integrated Applications Center, NREL

 

Did you know that many American Indian Tribes and Alaska Native Villages are at the forefront of clean energy adoption? NREL has had the privilege of supporting these tribes with their energy transformations for over 20 years through a holistic suite of programs ranging from basic energy education to advanced microgrid modeling.

 

Come hear from NREL Engineer and Tribal Lead Sherry Stout about energy innovation in remote communities. The presentation will include examples of Tribal projects from around the country, lessons learned in clean energy transformation in Native communities, and trends in clean energy action among Tribes.

 

Stout is an engineer in the Integrated Applications Center at NREL. Much of her work at the laboratory focuses on energy development with American Indian Tribes and Alaska Native Villages, including energy and resilience planning, resource and microgrid assessment, and energy development for economic development. She also works on international programs, focusing on grid integration of distributed renewable generation, energy/water nexus issues, energy system resilience, and rural electrification.

 

Reservations Required

 

Call 303-384-6565 or email education.center@nrel.gov to make a reservation for this free public program. Participants are welcome to bring a lunch to enjoy during the presentation.

 

For information about upcoming events, visit https://www.nrel.gov/about/education-center.html

Tuesday, 26 March, 2019

Contact:

Education Center

Phone: 303.384.6565

RSVP:


8 of 60 Spaces Requested

RSVP period for this event ended 03/26/2019