Patrick Gilman

Program Manager for Modeling and Analysis, Wind Energy Technology Office

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Patrick is a Program Manager for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Wind Energy Technology Office. In this position, he leads the office’s analysis program, including activities in market research, economic modeling and other work to help evaluate potential innovations in wind technology and understand wind’s place in our energy mix today and in the future. In addition to leading the office’s analysis work, Patrick manages the Office’s efforts to advance distributed wind energy technology and work with other federal agencies to address the impacts of wind development on radar. Patrick is a graduate of Whitman College and holds an MA in China Studies and International Economics from the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies. 

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