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With our broad expertise and substantial technical knowledge, our experts can provide you with a tailored service based on real-world industry experience.

Our teams of technical experts cover many disciplines, giving us the ability to combine skills in areas such as renewables and storage to ensure all aspects of design are optimized in unison. 

Our experts can work with you to understand your energy storage requirements and assist you in developing a storage system that is designed efficiently based on aspects such as its application, grid connection and location. We can consider the whole lifetime cost of the asset and can carry out modelling to ensure both technical and financial elements are optimized. In addition, we can carry out analysis to ensure both energy storage and renewable systems are correctly sized in accordance to each other.

Michael Kleinberg, PhD
Vice President, Energy Storage Advisory

Dr. Michael Kleinberg is the Head of Section for DNV’s Energy Storage and Emerging Technologies team, the leading technical advisor for DER, energy storage and hybrid renewables in North America. Dr. Kleinberg has 12 years of industry experience supporting the development and financing of over 6 GWh of energy storage currently operating around the globe. He has recognized track record providing engineering analysis and technical due diligence services to derisk investments in emerging technologies. He has served as Primary Investigator on multiple ARPA-E, NYSERDA, and CEC research initiatives and has presented at over 50 technical conferences and events. Michael received his PhD in Electrical Engineering from Drexel University in 2015.

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Uday Guntupalli
Product Manager for the Hybrid Energy Resource Optimizer

Uday Guntupalli is the Product Manager for the Hybrid Energy Resource Optimizer, DNV’s proprietary merchant modeling platform, as well as DNV's battery degradation platform Battery AI (linked). He has experience in developing applications for PV modeling, storage valuation, distributed energy resources (DERs) and hybrid systems. Uday earned his M.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from Missouri University of Science & Technology, Rolla, MO. His previous research focused on hybrid energy systems modeled on a first principles basis with a focus on control strategies. This research was funded by the Laufer endowed energy chair at Missouri University.

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