Graduate research assistant
Lindsey Forsberg is a second year student at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs studying Science Tech and Environmental Policy. After completing her bachelors degree in electrical engineering at the University of Notre Dame, she spent several years working in San Francisco and solidified her passion for the energy field. She is excited to be back in the land of corn dogs and cross country skiing, working to drive renewable energy transitions in the Midwest.
“Barriers and Opportunities for Distributed Energy Resources in Minnesota’s Municipal Utilities and Electric Cooperatives” (Report)
“After Xcel Energy’s zero-carbon pledge, let’s make sure the public benefits” MinnPost (op-ed)
IN THE NEWS
“UMN researchers explore access to sustainable energy around Minnesota.” Minnesota Daily. (February 7, 2019)
“COP24 Blog.” UMN Institute on the Environment. (December 3-21, 2018)