Sandia Energy > Programs > Electric Grid > Renewable Energy and Distributed Systems Integration > Key Personnel > Robert Broderick Robert Broderick Principal Member of Technical Staff Contact InformationRobert Broderick / 505-844-8161BiographyRobert Broderick has led Sandia’s Distribution Grid Integration Program since 2012, a program that has produced leading research on the grid integration of distributed energy resources (DER). Prior to working for Sandia National Labs, Robert worked as a consultant for TRC Engineers, Inc. focused on solving problems for PV project developers and performing comprehensive grid integration studies for utility clients. Robert worked at PNM (largest IOU utility in New Mexico) as the manager of renewables and developed and managed the successful customer-side PV program, which is expected to achieve over 20 MW of new PV installations in PNM’s service territory. Robert also worked as a senior power engineer in PNM’s Distribution Planning Department and Customer Generation Department. Robert took a lead role in writing New Mexico’s new interconnection standard utilizing industry best practices and IEEE 1547. Education Masters of Science in Power Systems Engineering from New Mexico State University Bachelors of Arts degree in Physics from University of Colorado at Boulder Google Scholar:Robert BroderickKey Publications2019 Robert Joseph Broderick, “Strategic Placement of Microgrids using Nighttime Imagery and Hosting Capacity for RE Microgrids,” Sandia National Lab.(SNL-NM), Albuquerque, NM (United States). Mercy DeMenno, Robert Joseph Broderick, Robert Fredric Jeffers, Katherine A Jones,“From Financial Systemic Risk to Grid Resilience: Applying Stress Testing to Electric Utilities,”Sandia National Lab.(SNL-NM), Albuquerque, NM (United States); Sandia National Laboratories. Robert Fredric Jeffers, Mercy DeMenno, Robert Joseph Broderick,“Regulating for Resilience: Presentation at the 2019 NARUC and Sandia workshop,”SAND2019-14268PE. Elizabeth Jones, Kyle Patrick Lynch, Enrico C Quintana, Phillip L Reu, Jeremy Whitehair James, Benjamin Robert Halls, Justin Wagner,“Investigation of Fluid-Structure Interactions in a Shock Tube using Digital Image Correlation,”Sandia National Lab.(SNL-NM), Albuquerque, NM (United States).