Noon—1 p.m. CDT
Member Price: Free
Architect/Engineer/Consultant Individual Member Price: $55
Nonmember Price: $55
During this webinar, the Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory will share research about roof-integrated solar photovoltaic system products in the residential market segment and where markets seem to be growing nationwide. NREL also will provide insights from ongoing on-the-ground observations of various installations.
In addition, you will have a chance to share your perspective and have your questions answered regarding installing or otherwise working with these products.
Members: Take advantage of this free NRCA membership benefit and stay up to date with industry issues affecting your business!
Please note: Before the webinar begins, you must register with NRCA’s webinar provider, Zoom. The link to register will be provided with your registration confirmation.
About the presenters:
Jeffrey J. Cook is the acting subprogram manager for solar analysis at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory and program lead for the Solar Automated Permit Processing Plus Platform. He has been with NREL since 2014 and focuses on solar photovoltaics, permitting, resilience, technology cost reduction and distributed energy resource aggregation. Cook received his Ph.D. in political science from Colorado State University, where he continues to teach environmental and public policy courses, and he received his Master of Science in environmental science and policy from the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay.
Sushmita Jena is a renewable energy researcher at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory. She has been with NREL since 2020 and focuses on solar photovoltaics adoption, cost reduction pathways and corporate renewable procurement. She has a Masters of Science in renewable energy technology and international economics from Johns Hopkins University SAIS, Washington, D.C. She received her Bachelor of Business Administration in India and has worked as a product lead for health technology products in Sub-Saharan Africa and Asia.