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Byron Pullutasig works on the economic feasibility of distributed renewable energy within NREL's REopt tool, a techno-economic decision support model used to optimize energy systems for buildings, campuses, communities, and microgrids. His current work includes capacity expansion modeling, techno-economic modeling of distributed energy technologies, using and developing the REopt tool, and supporting local and international governments' energy plans. 

Research Interests

Techno-economic planning and analysis of integrated renewable energy systems

Energy access and energy justice

Use of new software tools for data analysis and optimization

Education/Academic Qualification

Bachelor, Applied Mathematics & Sociology, Queens College, CUNY

Master, Mechanical Engineering, University of Colorado Boulder


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