Tony Jimenez

Tony Jimenez

Senior Engineer, NREL

Tony has been at NREL since 1996. He has expertise in performance and economic modeling of wind, PV, and hybrid system projects, project pre-feasibility analysis, wind data analysis, the small wind turbine certification process, economic impact analysis, and project management. Current and past NREL work includes leading the small wind Regional Test Center effort, analysis of the potential economic impact of large scale renewable energy deployment, administration of the Native American Anemometer Loan Program, and wind project pre-feasibility analysis on behalf of a variety of clients. Tony is a retired Army Reserve engineer officer. In his two overseas deployments he served as a project manager with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) in Iraq and as Director of Public Works for U.S. Army installations in Kuwait.


Alaska Panel Discussion: Microgrids’ First Frontier: Lessons from 20 Years of Microgrids

The Alaskan microgrid panel will share sessions from 20 years of hybrid microgrids in the state of Alaska, USA.  Video Introduction by Senator Lisa Murkowski.  Moderated by Ian Baring Gould.