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Anna Brockway is the point person on shared and community solar efforts at the SunShot Initiative. At SunShot, fellows act as an internal think-tank to develop and implement new projects to advance solar energy in the United States. Anna has also worked on initiatives related to developing metrics for solar forecasting and the chemical and physical reliability of solar system components.

Previously, Anna contributed to an effort targeted at achieving a deeper understanding of the chemical and physical reliability of solar system components. Anna joined the SunShot program in January 2013 and holds a B.S. in chemistry from Haverford College. At Haverford, her research focused on computational physical chemistry modeling related to alternative energy and sustainability technologies.

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