Jennifer King

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Personal Profile

Jennifer King (Annoni) is a research engineer at NREL working at the National Wind Technology Center primarily on wind farm controls and optimization, autonomous energy systems, optimal design and dispatch of hybrid energy systems. She is passionate about finding new ways to better integrate and operate renewable energy into the grid of the future. She obtained her Ph.D. in aerospace engineering and mechanics from the University of Minnesota where she developed her passion for renewable energy and controls, where her primary focus was on reduced-order modeling and control of wind farms. Her current research focus areas are in modeling and distributed control/optimization of large-scale hybrid systems.

Research Interests

Wind farm control/optimization

Hybrid energy systems

Autonomous energy systems

Professional Experience

Research Engineer, National Wind Technology Center (2017–Present)

Postdoctoral Researcher, National Wind Technology Center (2016–2017)

Consultant, WindESCo (2015–2015)

Education/Academic Qualification

PhD, Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics, University of Minnesota Twin Cities

Master, Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics, University of Minnesota Twin Cities

Bachelor, Electrical Engineering, University of St. Thomas

Physics, University of St. Thomas


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