Sherin Ann Abraham is a research engineer in the Distribution Edge Group within the Grid Planning and Analysis Center. Her work focuses on identifying ways to build and operate a distribution grid that is equitable, resilient, reliable, accessible, and affordable throughout this clean energy transition. Her research topics includes distribution grid planning, techno-economic analysis of distributed energy resources (DER), and data mining applications in power systems.
Electric distribution system planning
Data mining applications in power systems
Techno-economic analysis for grid-edge technologies integration
M.S., Electrical Engineering, Virginia Tech
B.Tech., Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Vellore Institute of Technology
Researcher, NREL (2019–present)
Graduate Intern, NREL (2018)
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Virginia Tech (2017–2019)
Engineer, Trident Ltd. (2014–2016)
Associations and Memberships
Member, IEEE PES Women in Power
Chapter 7: Distribution System Analysis, The Los Angeles 100% Renewable Energy Study, NREL Technical Report (2021)
Development and Clustering of Rate-Oriented Load Metrics for Customer Price-Plan Analysis, 2020 IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting (2020)
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