NC energy storage study final report released to the public

Dr. Johnson is one of the main contributors to a comprehensive study on the value of energy storage to North Carolina customers. The study began in late 2017 as required by NC House Bill 589 and was completed in one year. Co-authors include other members of the Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering as well as the Electrical and Computer Engineering, Agriculture & Resource Economics, and Public Administration departments at NC State, North Carolina Central University, the FREEDM Center at NC State, and the NC Clean Energy Technology Center. The report can be accessed here:

Dr. Johnson part of team receiving $1.7 million I-DREEM grant from U.S. Department of Energy

Dr. Johnson was a part of a team of researchers receiving a $1.7 million grant from the Department of Energy for a project titled “I-DREEM (Impact of Demand Response on short and long term building Energy Efficiency Metrics).” The project will be a collaboration between the University of Michigan, Stanford University and NC State. The PI and co-PI of the project are Sila Kiliccote from Stanford and Professor Johanna Mathieu from the University of Michigan.