Dev Millstein is a Research Scientist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, who uses atmospheric science tools, specifically meteorological, climate and air quality modeling and satellite observations, to inform policy and economic decision making processes. Dev conducts research on the integration of variable generation into the electric power system, evaluating the costs, benefits, and institutional needs of renewable energy transmission and other supporting infrastructure. Dev Millstein received a B.A. in economics from Vassar College in 2002. His doctoral work focused on evaluating the air quality impacts of diesel emission controls and he received his PhD in Environmental Engineering at UC Berkeley in 2009.
Energy/Environmental Policy Research Scientist/Engineer
Solar-to-Grid: Trends in System Impacts, Reliability, and Market Value in the United States with Data Through 2019
Future projections of wind patterns in California with the variable-resolution CESM: a clustering analysis approach
System-level performance and degradation of 21 GW-DC of utility-scale PV plants in the United States
The impact of wind, solar, and other factors on the decline in wholesale power prices in the United States