(Online) Featured in CSU Source article, entitled, “Microgrids symposium this summer attracted people from 24 countries.” This article was about the 2019 Fort Collins Symposium on Microgrids, which I organized and hosted at the CSU campus in Aug. 2019. (Web link)

(Online) Featured in a video posted on the Poudre School District website and social media page. This video included clips of a keynote address to the Defying Expectations conference (2017) for the PSD Gifted Pro- gram. The address covered suggested preparatory education for entry into the technical professions of the future workplace. (Web link)

(Magazine) Featured in an article in August 2015 in Electrical Contractor Magazine entitled “A Model Sys- tem: Energy Modeling; Power-System Modeling Becomes More Sophisticated.” The purpose of the article was to explain the value of and recent changes in power systems modeling and how modeling and simulation can be used by electrical contractors. Authored by Darlene Bremer. (Web link)

(Online) Featured in a post on the website of the Council on Foreign Relations, in an article entitled, “Five Things I Learned About the Future of Solar Power and the Electricity Grid.” Authored by Varun Sivaram (July 15, 2015). (Web link)

(Online) Featured in an article in April 2014 in SNL Financial (Energy Sector) on what “smart” PV inverters are and how they could potentially help provide utilities with additional services to help alleviate the impacts of high penetrations of PV on distribution circuits. Authored by Esther Whieldon, Senior Reporter at SNL Energy. (Web link)

(Online/print) Featured in the March 2014 edition of Lab Manager, in an article entitled “Leadership and Staffing.” The article discusses how managers at National Laboratories provide training for employees and impacts from the recent economic environment. Authored by Sara Goudarzi. (Web link)

(Newspaper) Featured in an article in the Denver Post (March 9th, 2013), entitled “New NREL facility will help researchers study smart grid technology.” The article discusses the new Energy Systems Integration Facility (ESIF) at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). Authored by Mark Jaffe. (Web link)