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Tyler Norris

James B. Duke Fellow, Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke

Tyler H. Norris is a Ph.D. student at Duke University’s Nicholas School of the Environment, where his research focuses on electric power systems. He is an awardee of the university’s James B. Duke Fellowship and serves in the research group of Dr. Dalia Patino-Echeverri, Gendell Associate Professor of Energy Systems and Public Policy.

Norris brings over a decade of energy sector experience to his research. Most recently, he served as vice-president of development at Cypress Creek Renewables, a leading US independent renewable power producer. In addition to overseeing a multi-gigawatt portfolio of development-stage projects, in this capacity he regularly directed electricity simulation studies for use in regulatory proceedings.

Previously, he served as a director at S&P Global Platts, an international energy consultancy, where he developed power market forecasts for electric utilities and integrated majors. Prior to S&P, he was a special advisor at the US Department of Energy, where he designed technology commercialization programs.

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