Energy and Atmospheric Systems Catalyzer
The Energy and Atmospheric Systems Catalyzer models and quantifies multidirectional relationships among climate, air quality, and energy systems.
Climate and air quality drive global transitions in power, transportation, industry, buildings, and product design. Clean energy technologies will be affected by a changing atmosphere and will impact atmospheric systems in more ways than reduced CO2 emissions.
Through the Energy and Atmospheric Systems Catalyzer, JISEA/NREL analysts will help identify emerging questions, establish new research capabilities, and provide thought leadership in climate change and atmospheric sciences.
This work supports the National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s integrated energy pathways critical objective.
Please reach out if you are interested in collaborating with the Energy and Atmospheric Systems Catalyzer.
Distinguished Member of the Research Staff, NREL
Chair, Colorado Air Quality Enterprise Board
Senior Researcher, High Performance Computing, NREL