Microgrids and the Energy Transition

MS in Energy Systems Management (USF Energy) co-hosted a USF Energy Speaker Series with Young Professionals in Energy (YPE) at USF's downtown campus with Nikky Avila, Nirupama Prakash Kumar, and Sandra Kwak. The moderator was Mike Lowell, MS in Energy Systems Management class of 2019, and Policy Director and Development Engineer at Amber Kinetics, who is currently working on increasing local energy …

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The Electrification of Transportation

MS in Energy Systems Management (ESM) co-hosted a USF Energy Speaker Series with Young Professionals in Energy (YPE) at USF's downtown campus with Noel Crisostomo and Francesca Wahl. The moderator was Jessica Pernod, MS in Energy Systems Management, class of '20. Noel Crisostomo is an Air Pollution Specialist leading transportation electrification and grid integration policy at the California Energy Commission. In …

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Ohm’s Law Meets Moore’s Law – what in the world does the digitalization of energy mean? – Shuli Goodman

On April 1st at 6pm, the USF ENERGY hosted Shuli Goodman at our Speaker Series, with Stephen Lodigiani, ESM class of '20 as the moderator. The event was at the USF downtown campus, 101 Howard St @ Beale. The event was free. Shuli Goodman is the founder and Executive Director of LF Energy, a Linux …

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Merrian Borgeson about Distribution Level Planning for Renewable Energy

"Reducing United States’ GHG emissions by 80% by 2050 is possible” said Merrian Goggio Borgeson, senior scientist at Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), during a guest lecture for the students of the Energy Systems Management program at the University of San Francisco. Merrian spends most of her time working with the Public Utilities Commission on …

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