Gregory Martin

Gregory Martin


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Greg Martin is the group manager for the Energy Systems Integration Facility (ESIF) research engineering team. Throughout his time at NREL, Martin has worked with various partners and programs centered around hydrogen integration, microgrids, power electronics, and power system integration. His primary interests include microgrid controls, distributed generation, and energy storage technology.

Martin was a key contributor to the design and technical development of the ESIF and led many of the first projects within the facility. Additionally, he holds a software record of invention for NREL’s Consolidated Utility Base Energy—a hybrid power generation system that converts energy from different sources into tactical electricity for the military’s forward operating bases. 

Research Interests

Microgrid controls, power quality and performance

Grid-forming inverter integration

Hydrogen system integration and optimization

New and novel energy storage technology

Professional Experience

Engineering group manager at NREL (2017–present)

Electrical engineering researcher at NREL (2008–2017)

Electrical engineer–electrical subsystems at Boeing Commercial Airplanes (2002–2006)

Education/Academic Qualification

Certificate, Department of Energy Project Leadership Institute, Stanford University

Master, Electrical Engineering, University of Colorado Boulder

Bachelor, Electrical Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison


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