Isa Ferrall

Isa Ferrall-Wolf


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Isa Ferrall-Wolf is a researcher in energy equity projects and initiatives in the Accelerated Deployment and Decision Support Center. Ferrall-Wolf research focuses on barriers to a just climate transition addressable by energy policies. Leveraging data-science and GIS methods, she studies domestic low-income solar adoption, human dimensions of energy systems through the lens of equitable electricity reliability and resilience, and the integration of justice throughout all stages of energy research and development. Prior to joining NREL in 2022, she completed her Ph.D. in energy and resources at the University of California, Berkeley in the Renewable and Appropriate Energy Lab. Her dissertation was titled "Quantitative approaches to energy justice: The theory and praxis of examining fair access to reliable electricity."

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Education/Academic Qualification

Bachelor, Mechanical Engineering, Duke University

PhD, Energy and Resources, University of California, Berkeley

Master, Energy and Resources, University of California, Berkeley


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