Tyler Stehly is currently a member of the Distributed Systems and Storage Group in the Strategic Energy Analysis Center.
His current research focuses on support and development of U.S. offshore wind turbine cost models. While part of NREL's Research Participant Program, he supported the National Wind Technology Center with research on utility-scale wind turbine supply chain and manufacturing issues in addition to wind turbine transportation and logistics studies to develop investment recommendations for the U.S. Department of Energy.
Tyler's experience includes heavy civil construction cost estimating, wind industry root-cause-analysis, and renewable energy systems analysis and design.
M.Eng. and B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Northern Arizona University