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Jeff Logan is the chief analyst in the Strategic Energy Analysis Center. For more than three decades, he has researched and communicated on clean energy policy options. He manages group projects and guides strategic planning for policy design, market assessments, and impact analysis.

Research Interests

Power system transformation

Carbon mitigation

Energy Security

Education

M.S., Environmental Science/Public Administration, Indiana University

B.S., Aerospace Engineering, Pennsylvania State University

Professional Experience

Energy Policy Specialist, Congressional Research Service (2007–2008)

Senior Energy Analyst, World Resources Institute (2005–2007)

Senior Energy Analyst, International Energy Agency (2003–2005)

Scientist, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (1997–2003)

Volunteer, Peace Corps (1987–1992)

Associations and Memberships

Section Editor, Current Sustainable/Renewable Energy Reports

Reviewer, Nature Energy, Environmental Research Letters, Energies, and Energy Policy

Member, Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Association

Featured Work

Innovative Utility Offerings at the Distribution Edge: Case Studies from Around the Globe, NREL Technical Report (2019)

Managing the Electricity-Gas Interface: Current Environment and Emerging Solutions, NREL Technical Report (2019)  

Advancing Energy Efficiency in Developing Countries: Lessons Learned from Low-Income Residential Experiences in Industrialized Countries, NREL Technical Report (2019)

View all NREL publications for Jeff Logan.

Awards and Honors

Outstanding Mentor Award (2019)

NREL Staff Award (2018)