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Jessica Harrison

Jessica Harrison

Jessica Harrison formerly worked as Head of Section for Energy Strategy, Markets & Policy Development, at DNV GL. She has an interdisciplinary background in the electric power industry, including work in engineering analysis, market assessments and public policy. She has focused on the integration of novel technologies with electricity markets and power systems. She leads the Energy Storage and Electric Vehicles Practice Area in the Americas region of DNV GL Energy & Sustainability.  Jessica has dual Masters of Science degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Technology and Policy and in Civil and Environmental Engineering, and a Bachelors of Science degree in Physics from the University of Michigan.  She is a member of IEEE. To join Ms. Harrison’s professional network on LinkedIn, click here.

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A brief summary of voltage conservation: How can it improve energy savings?

This author no longer works for DNV GL. Uses and Benefits Voltage conservation (VC) offers the potential to reduce power system losses, save energy, and lower demand on the distribution system. The passive approach to savings that VC offers is pa ...

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How does energy storage influence the distribution system?

How does energy storage influence the distribution system?

This author no longer works for DNV GL. Energy storage has the potential to serve multiple applications on the distribution system, helping to integrate renewables, improve reliability, or temporarily relieve loading to defer or avoid equipment up ...

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Key findings for near-term U.S. energy storage market growth

Key findings for near-term U.S. energy storage market growth

This author no longer works for DNV GL. The U.S. energy storage market is strong and robust yet still developing as technology and policy continue to evolve. The market has large potential for growth; opportunity abounds. Continuous development of ...

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