Matilda Kreider

Matilda Kreider


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Matilda Kreider is a wind energy social science researcher at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, where she conducts research and engagement related to the community, policy, and equity aspects of offshore and land-based wind energy deployment. Her work has included community benefit agreements, energy justice in the offshore wind supply chain, and the community and planning aspects of wind energy end of service. She is interested in understanding how people perceive and plan for renewable energy development, as well as understanding the impacts energy infrastructure has in host communities over time.

Research Interests

Community benefits

Planning and policy

Energy justice

Education/Academic Qualification

Bachelor, Political Communication, George Washington University

Master, Environmental Justice, Environmental Behavior, University of Michigan


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