Jeremy Dunklin performs research and analysis to advance and defend appliance, equipment and lighting efficiency standards. He is interested in advancing standards capable of delivering large energy, water and monetary savings as well providing environmental and socioeconomic benefits. He joined ACEEE in 2021.
Prior to joining ACEEE, Jeremy worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory. His work focused on the development of novel material systems for solar fuel technologies. Jeremy received a doctorate in chemical engineering from the University of Arkansas in 2017 and a bachelor of science in engineering-physics from Southern Arkansas University in 2012.
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