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1995 …2024

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Personal Profile

Ruth began her NREL career in 2002, providing communications support for wind and solar research. In addition to stakeholder outreach efforts as part of WINDExchange, the U.S. Department of Energy's platform for disseminating wind energy information, Ruth has been involved with projects related to the wind energy workforce, wind project recycling and the circular economy, wind energy supply chain, wind resource mapping, distributed wind, and the Grand Challenges in Wind Energy Science. In addition to her work at NREL, Ruth has produced wind energy information products for organizations including the American Wind Energy Association, the Wind Energy Foundation, the Distributed Wind Energy Association, and the International Renewable Energy Agency. 

Research Interests

Wind project siting considerations and stakeholder communications

Wind energy market acceleration

Wind energy workforce

Wind industry supply chain; recycling and the circular economy

Education/Academic Qualification

Bachelor, Mass Communications, Colorado State University Pueblo

Master, Technical Communications, University of Colorado Denver

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