Sherry Stout


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Personal Profile

Sherry Stout is the laboratory program manager for NREL's State, Local, and Tribal activities, a program that supports numerous community-based collaborations in energy transitions and strategic planning, workforce development, and energy deployment research. Stout has built and/or led multiple technical assistance programs and projects at NREL to serve a diverse group of stakeholders, ranging from American Indian Tribes and Alaska Native Villages to international governments and federal agencies. She is keenly interested in finding ways to better enable partner governments and stakeholders to achieve their energy goals through delivery of technical expertise. 

Research Interests

Integrated climate change and energy transition planning in rural, remote, and islanded communities across the energy/food/water nexus

Energy equity and environmental justice in energy transition

Climate and disaster recovery, risk assessment, and resilience planning

Distributed generation for rural electrification and energy resilience

Education/Academic Qualification

Bachelor, Mechanical Engineering, New Mexico State University

Master, Environmental and Sustainability Engineering, University of Colorado Denver


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