Brittany Speetles

Brittany Speetles


Research Activity per Year


Personal Profile

Brittany Speetles is an energy technology and policy researcher. She provides support on decarbonization strategies to expedite deployment of clean energy solutions. Brittany is a certified engineer in training.   

Research Interests

Community energy solutions

Energy justice, literacy, and access

Clean air and water

Grid edge solutions and flexibility

Transactive energy

Industrial decarbonization

Buildings electrification

Strategies to increase public transportation ridership and foster ADA accessible/bikeable/walkable municipalities

Vehicle-to-grid programs


Energy modeling tools

Energy-water-food nexus

Clean energy policy

Circular economy

Professional Experience

Brittany has prior experience researching a variety of topics, including supply chain analyses of the energy-water-food nexus, robust quantitative analyses of electricity markets and methods of representative day selection in capacity expansion modeling. She has also assisted in analyzing climate policies for utilities and municipalities and has helped to project techno-economic peak demand/load estimates that incorporate demand-side electrification of buildings, transportation, and industrial processes. 

Education/Academic Qualification

Master, Mechanical Engineering (Thermal Fluid Systems), The University of Texas at Austin

Bachelor, Mechanical Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin


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