Kaitlin Brunik.

Kaitlin Brunik


Research Activity per Year


Personal Profile

Kaitlin’s research concentrates on hybrid energy systems and their integration into utility-scale grids, with a focus on offshore wind-to-hydrogen systems. They have developed models for hybrid plant design and optimization in the Hybrid Optimization Performance Platform (HOPP). Additionally, Kaitlin has been actively involved in industrial decarbonization efforts, notably working on innovative projects related to green steel and ammonia production.

Research Interests

Hybrid energy systems


Offshore wind

Industrial decarbonization

Geospatial data analysis

Education/Academic Qualification

Bachelor, Energy Systems Engineering, Oregon State University

Bachelor, Biology, University of Oregon

Bachelor, Environmental Science, University of Oregon


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