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Amy Rose

Researcher III-Electrical Engineering

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Amy Rose is a member of the Grid Systems Group in the Strategic Energy Analysis Center. Her expertise include power sector planning and production cost modeling, regional power pools, and grid integration of renewable energy.

Research Interests

Energy policy and regulation

Decision support tools to inform power sector policy and regulatory decisions

Energy and development

International energy policy and market analysis

International best practices for regional power sector planning and operations

Education

Ph.D., Engineering Systems, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

M.S., Technology and Policy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

B.S., Space Physics, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

B.S., Aerospace Engineering, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Prior Work Experience

Teaching Assistant, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2015–2016)

Research Assistant, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2011–2017)

Volunteer (Burkina Faso), Peace Corps (2008–2010)

Featured Work

Least-Cost Pathways for India’s Electric Power Sector, NREL Technical Report (2020)

Cross-Border Energy Trade between Nepal and India: Assessment of Trading Opportunities, NREL Technical Report (2019)

Ten Principles for Power Sector Transformation in Emerging Economies, NREL Technical Report (2019)

Cross-Border Electricity Trade between India and Sri Lanka: Impact on Power System Operations, NREL Technical Report (2018)

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