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SATOA: An Approach for Mitigating Renewable Curtailment, Transmission Congestion, and Transmission Installed Capacity
Director, Clean Energy Development
National Grid USA
Director, Clean Energy Development at National Grid USA. Responsibilities consist of identifying and developing clean and innovative energy solutions for National Grid customers. Area of focus include renewables, energy storage, electrification of transportation, micro-grids, and energy efficiency. Previous roles assumed: Director of Innovation for National Grid Partners focusing on distributive innovation; lead developer of National Grid’s REV demonstration in NY, National Grid’s program developer of renewable and storage in Massachusetts, deployment of National Grid’s first network of electric vehicles charging stations in MA, NY, and RI, and other various managerial and engineering positions within National Grid. Education: Advanced Certificate for Executives in Strategy, Innovation and Management – MIT; Certificate in Design Thinking for Innovators – Stanford University; BS, MS, and post graduate education in engineering and management. Appointed by MA Governor to the MA ZEV Commission, elected to the New York Battery and Energy Storage Technology Consortium Board of Directors. Adjunct Professor at Lasell University in Newton, MA. Registered Professional Engineer in multiple states in the USA. Speaker at many at nationally and internationally recognized conferences.