RESIDENTIAL PHOTOVOLTAIC AND STORAGE IN UTAH: AN IN-DEPTH ANALYSIS INTO POLICY AND INFRASTRACTURE

  • Anthony Fratto-Oyler University of Utah
  • Swomitra Mohanty
  • Christopher Simon

Author Biography

Christopher Simon
Born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah. Senior seeking Honors degrees in Chemical Engineeirng and Political Science.Served as the 2015-2016 University of Utah's Student Body Vice President and Chair of their Legislative Branch, 2014-2015 Editor-in-Chief of the Hinckley Journal of Politics, 2014-2015 Harvard University Campaign Ambassador, and the 2016 Pi Kappa Alpha Chapter President.  I've spent my last few years working in research labs, and the private and public sectors. This have included Kennecott Copper Mine, Energy West Controls, Workman & Nydegger Patent Law Firm, the Bureau of Land Management (D.C.), Utah Governor's Office of Energy Development, and Sustineo Consultancy (Dublin, Ireland).
Published
2017-06-08
How to Cite
FRATTO-OYLER, Anthony; MOHANTY, Swomitra; SIMON, Christopher. RESIDENTIAL PHOTOVOLTAIC AND STORAGE IN UTAH: AN IN-DEPTH ANALYSIS INTO POLICY AND INFRASTRACTURE. Undergraduate Research Journal, [S.l.], june 2017. Available at: <http://epubs.utah.edu/index.php/URJ/article/view/3648>. Date accessed: 24 aug. 2017.
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Section
College of Engineering

Keywords

Photovoltaics; Policy; Batteries; Storage;