Personal Profile

Henry (Ry) Horsey joined NREL in 2015 as a member of the Sensors, Controls, and Analysis Tools section. Ry explores the use of modern analytical and computational approaches in the field of commercial building energy modeling. He is particularly interested in the increasing acceptance of aggregated demand response as a form of distributed energy resources. Ry develops software tools to support large-scale commercial building energy modeling. This work has led to contributions to DOE's Asset Score tool and SEED Platform. He is also a key contributor to DOE's OpenStudio building energy analysis ecosystem, focusing on server-based deployment and very large-scale analyses. 

Education/Academic Qualification

Bachelor, Engineering with Applied Mathematics, Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering


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