Josh Novacheck is a member of the Grid Systems Group within the Grid Planning and Analysis Center. His areas of expertise include energy system planning, modeling, and analysis with increasing contributions from renewable energy.
Transmission planning for high levels of wind and solar generation
Resource adequacy of decarbonized energy systems
M.S.E., Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan
M.S., Natural Resources and Environment, University of Michigan
B.A., Applied Physics, St. John’s University
Graduate Research Assistant, Center for Sustainable Systems, University of Michigan (2013–2014)
Research Analyst, Center for Energy and Environment (2010–2012)
Associations and Memberships
The Value of Increased HVDC Capacity Between Eastern and Western U.S. Grids: The Interconnections Seam Study, IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (2021)
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Awards and Honors
NREL Chairperson’s Award (2021)
Excellence Award, ESIG (2019)
Best Paper Award, IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (2019)
Dow Sustainability Fellow, University of Michigan (2014)