Brian Miller


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Brian Miller is a licensed professional engineer and principal researcher at NREL, where he helps clients implement innovative power system projects featuring newly developed technologies and methods incorporating the latest research findings. He provides sophisticated consultations and best practices for optimal renewable power, resilient electrical distribution, and prediction-based energy storage. Miller specializes in hardware-intensive systems-performance testing to successfully prepare for pioneering field demonstrations and pilot projects.
Before joining NREL in 2015, Miller retired as a major in the U.S. Air Force. During his active military service, he excelled as design engineer and project manager on impactful multimillion-dollar global projects, earning substantial recognition for technical merit and leadership. Miller provided secure power systems for national defense facilities; energy consults for leaders at the Pentagon; grid modernization research with Oak Ridge National Laboratory; hydropower implementation in developing nations; and electrical system design/code/safety courses to military staff nationwide.

Education/Academic Qualification

Master, Military Operations, Air Command and Staff College

Bachelor, Electrical Engineering, Mississippi State University

Master, Electrical Engineering, Power Systems, University of Tennessee, Knoxville


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