Technical Program Manager
Areas of Expertise:Energy Storage, Infrastructure, Innovation, Power Sector, R&D, Smart Grid
Ryan Franks is a leader of international and domestic standardization projects for energy storage, microgrids, and emerging electrotechnical concepts at NEMA, the National Electrical Manufacturers Association. In this capacity, he coordinates trends in electric infrastructure with the goal of increasing adoption of these concepts. Ryan graduated with a BS in Engineering Mechanics from the University of Illinois and performed materials research and intellectual property analysis prior to joining NEMA.
Recent Comments by Ryan Franks
- "We may be drawing an artificial line between "long-term storage applications" and "short-term shortage applications". Most energy storage technologie"
The State And Promise Of Energy Storage