Kelsey Horowitz is a researcher at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, where she conducts techno-economic analysis of an array of photovoltaic and other clean energy technologies. Her work has included cost and market assessment of both emerging and established thin-film and concentrator PV modules as well as different strategies for integration of distributed energy resources onto the grid. Prior to coming to NREL, Kelsey researched optics, device designs, and economics of PV at the California Institute of Technology, where she received her Master’s Degree in electrical engineering. She also holds a BS in electrical engineering from the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Other contributors to the analysis in the proposed presentation include Gregory Nielson (Nielson Scientific, LLC), Zigurts Majumdar (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute), Ashwin Ramdas (NREL), Benjamin Sigrin (NREL), Daniel Cunningham (ARPA-E), James Zahler (ARPA-E), and Michael