Kristina LaCommare is a Program Manager with Electricity Markets & Policy at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. She works with multiple groups in the Energy Technologies Area to manage finances, subcontracts, budgets, proposals and reporting requirements. On the research side, she explores trends in electricity reliability in the U.S. and ways to improve reporting of reliability metrics by utilities to improve regional and national assessments. Her research also explores the economic value of power interruptions in the U.S. Kristina holds a M.S. in Atmospheric Science from the University of California, Davis and has been with the Lab since 1999.
Kristina S LaCommare
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Distribution system versus bulk power system: identifying the source of electric service interruptions in the US
Exploratory analysis of high-resolution power interruption data reveals spatial and temporal heterogeneity in electric grid reliability
Frontiers in the Economics of Widespread, Long-Duration Power Interruptions: Proceedings from an Expert Workshop
Tracking the Sun: Installed Price Trends for Distributed Photovoltaic Systems in the United States - 2018 Edition
Evaluating Proposed Investments in Power System Reliability and Resilience: Preliminary Results from Interviews with Public Utility Commission Staff