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Gord Stephen is a researcher and software developer in the Capacity Expansion & Electricity Markets Group within NREL's Grid Planning and Analysis Center. His work focuses on applying advanced computational methods to answer electricity policy questions. A recognized expert in the area of probabilistic resource adequacy assessment, he is the lead developer of the laboratory’s Probabilistic Resource Adequacy Suite and contributes to a number of other NREL grid planning and analysis tools. Before joining NREL, he worked on policy modeling and program development with the Canadian federal government. 

Research Interests

Resource adequacy risk assessment

Power system planning under uncertainty

Electricity market design

High-performance computing applications

Education/Academic Qualification

Bachelor, Engineering Physics (Electrical), Queen's University

Master, Environment and Resource Studies, University of Waterloo


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