Will Gorman is a Graduate Student Researcher in the Electricity Markets and Policy Department at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory where he focuses on the integration of variable generation into the electric power system, the economics of distributed energy resources, and the application of energy storage within electricity networks. In his work, Will particularly seeks to inform public and private decision making within the U.S. electricity sector via economic analysis.
He has published his research in Applied Energy, Energy Policy, and Energy Economics among other journals, and has been invited to speak in front of FERC, and at the ACP Clean Power annual meeting, the Energy Systems and Integration Group Technical Symposium as well as the United States Association of Energy Economists. While being a guest on multiple podcasts, he has also been featured in industry publications such as Green Tech Media and Utility Dive.
Previously, Will worked within the utilities practice at The Brattle Group. He has an M.S. in Energy and Resources from the University of California, Berkeley and holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering and a B.A in Plan II Honors from the University of Texas at Austin.