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Multi-Stakeholder Collaboration in Electricity

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Wednesday September 26, 2018, 2:00 p.m. — 3:00 p.m.
Sage Hall Room 41C

Join Lauren Shwisberg of Rocky Mountain Institute in a discussion of her work supporting multi-stakeholder collaboration in the electricity space. This talk will focus on Lauren's work with the Solar Energy Innovation Network, which assembles diverse teams of stakeholders to research cutting-edge solutions for a more reliable and resilient grid.

This event is co-sponsored by the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies Energy SIG.


Lauren Shwisberg is a Senior Associate in RMI’s  Electricity practice. Prior to joining RMI, Lauren received her master’s degree from Stanford University in Civil and Environmental Engineering, focused on Atmosphere and Energy. While in graduate school, Lauren worked at RMI as a Schneider Fellow with eLab Leap. She was also an intern at Tesla where she worked on the Powerpack product team, building models to assess large-scale energy storage applications. Before returning to graduate school, Lauren worked as a civilian engineer for the United States Navy. While living in Washington D.C., Lauren was a fellow with the Clean Energy Leadership Institute.