Project Lead/Senior Energy Research Analyst, Strategy Policy & Implementation, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, United States
Gail Mosey has worked at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) for over a decade in the Strategic Energy Analysis Center and, more recently, in the Integrated Applications Center. Gail has a Master’s degree in Economics from the Colorado School of Mines and a Bachelor’s degree in Finance from the University of Colorado. A primary area of Gail’s expertise is siting renewable energy on environmentally compromised lands including economic and technical analysis of the viability of renewable energy on these sites. Another area of her expertise is working with tribes and villages through DOE’s office of Indian Energy on strategic energy planning that include energy efficiency and renewable energy solutions to meet their energy requirements. Gail is NREL’s Alaska and Arctic liaison and works on strategic aspects of Arctic interest and with villages in Alaska.