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Paul Denholm

Paul Denholm is a Principal Energy Analyst at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). His research examines the technical, economic, and environmental benefits and impacts of large-scale deployment of renewable electricity generation. He leads efforts at NREL to understand the role of energy storage in integrating wind and solar energy, and the value of deploying energy storage on the grid. He has delivered over 100 invited presentations to agencies including the National Science Foundation, the World Bank, and the International Energy Agency. He has co-authored over 100 articles related to renewable energy integration. Paul holds a Doctorate Degree in Land Resources and Energy Analysis and Policy from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, a Master of Science in Instrumentation Physics from the University of Utah, and a Bachelor of Science in Physics from James Madison University.

Panel: Energy Storage for a Decarbonized World

Panel: Grid CPR: Congestion, Prices, & Renewables