Jeremy Keen is a member of the Distribution Edge Group in the Grid Planning and Analysis Center. His research includes national-scale resilience modeling for transmission and distribution systems, techniques to improve distribution network model quality, and distribution capacity planning.
Distribution network modeling including:
- Hosting capacity
- Synthetic and advanced-metering-infrastructure-driven modeling techniques
- Capacity planning
- Smart inverters
Electric grid resilience including:
- Transmission and distribution cosimulation
- Battery energy storage
Ph.D., Engineering and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University
M.Eng., Energy Engineering, Cornell University
B.S., Physics, Bucknell University
Distribution System Architect, Bigwood System, Inc. (2011–2014)
Supervised Learning for Distribution Secondary Systems Modeling: Improved Solar Interconnection Processes, IEEE Transactions on Renewable Energy (2022)
How Much Capacity Deferral Value Can Targeted Solar Deployment Create in Pennsylvania, Energy Policy (2019)
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