Dylan has been involved in development of the REopt model over the last seven years at the lab, leading much of the custom development and analysis with the model. The REopt model focuses on integration and optimization of distributed energy resources, specifically cost-optimal sizing and dispatch. Dylan also leads much of the research on building and utility control systems integration for the Integrated Applications Center. Dylan is one of the technical leads on the Intelligent Campus team which is focusing on NREL’s own control system integration and energy informatics infrastructure, and he also has worked with a number of federal agencies as they deploy their own energy management and information systems. Dylan also has led a number of technology demonstration efforts, performing on-site testing and analysis to confirm technology performance claims.
Optimal sizing and dispatch of distributed energy resources
Integration of building and utility control systems into energy informatics software
M.S. Building Systems Engineering, University of Colorado at Boulder
B.A. Mathematics, Middlebury College
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