Dayo Akindipe

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Dayo is a research scientist within the Thermal Energy Science and Technologies Group leading projects on techno-economic modeling and analysis of geothermal energy and subsurface storage systems. His research and professional interests lie within the energy, environment, and sustainability nexus. Before joining NREL, he spearheaded cutting-edge pore-scale research on coupled hydrodynamic-chemical processes that influence the flow and transport of CO2 during storage in sedimentary reservoirs. Prior to that, he worked in the energy industry on projects to reduce carbon emissions on offshore production platforms. 

Research Interests

Enhanced and supercritical geothermal systems

CO2 plume geothermal

Techno-economic analysis of energy systems and infrastructure

Energy storage in subsurface reservoirs

Carbon capture utilization and storage

Social acceptance and policy implications in low-carbon energy development

Professional Experience

Research Assistant, University of Wyoming (2017–2022)

Engineer, National Oilwell Varco (2014–2017)

Analyst, Management Consulting, KPMG (2013–2014)

Education/Academic Qualification

Master, Petroleum Engineering, Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Bachelor, Chemical Engineering, University of Lagos

PhD, Petroleum Engineering (Minor in Environment and Natural Resources), University of Wyoming


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