Energy for Growth Hub

Amy Rose

Energy Analyst

National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Areas of Expertise

Power Sector Policy, Electricity Planning

Amy Rose is an energy analyst in the Markets and Policy Group at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory. Her work focuses on decision support tools to inform power sector policy and regulatory decisions, grid integration of renewable energy, and international best practices for regional power sector planning and operations. Dr. Rose has worked with governments, utilities, and regulators in Africa, South Asia, and Central Asia. She holds a Ph.D. and M.S. in Engineering System from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and formerly served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Burkina Faso.

Non-Hub Publication Highlights

Proposed model for regional power sector integration in Africa. United Nations University WIDER. November 2016.
Integrating market and bilateral power trading in the South African Power Pool. United Nations University WIDER. November 2016.
Prospects for grid-connected solar PV in Kenya: A systems approach. Applied Energy Vol. 161. January 2016.


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