Henry Guan


Henry Guan

Electrical Engineer

Contact Information

Henry Guan / (505) 206-2257


Henry Guan is an Electrical Engineer in the Energy Storage Technologies and Systems department at Sandia National Laboratories. He is a member of the Demonstration Projects team and focuses on energy storage system applications and system deployments. Henry received a B.S and M.S in Electrical Engineering from New Mexico State University and is a graduate of NMSU’s Electric Utility Management Program. Before joining the Energy Storage Technology and Systems department, Henry was the lead engineer for Sandia’s facilities high voltage electrical engineering team where he managed the engineering and operations for Sandia’s electrical transmission and distribution infrastructure systems. Prior to joining Sandia, Henry worked at the Public Service Company of New Mexico as an electrical engineer in the Transmission Planning department where he focused on power system modeling and performing grid studies using power flow and transient stability analysis. Henry holds a professional engineering license in the state of New Mexico.

Research Interests

Energy Storage Applications

Energy Storage Deployments

Energy Storage for Social Equity

Energy Storage for Rural and Tribal Communities

Off-grid Energy Storage


M.S. in Electrical Engineering, New Mexico State University, 2011

B.S. in Electrical Engineering, New Mexico State University, 2008

Key Publications

H. Guan, W.T. Clark, T. Wilcox, J. Twitchell, S. Schoenung, “Expanding Access to Energy Storage for Disadvantaged Communities – Energy Storage for Social Equity (ES4SE),” in 2024 IEEE Electrical Energy Storage Applications and Technologies Conference, San Diego, CA, USA, January 2024

W.T. Clark, H. Guan, B. Schenkman, and S. Schoenung, “U.S. DOE Energy Storage Handbook, Chapter 22 – Energy Storage Deployment & Lessons Learned,” [Online]. Available: https://www.sandia.gov/ess/publications/doe-oe-resources/eshb

R. D. Trevizan, T. A. Nguyen, A. F. Bastos, H, Guan, S. A. Atcitty, and A. J. Headley, “Data-Driven Techno-Economic and Resilience Analysis of Community Energy Storage Projects,” in IEEE PES General Meeting, 2023, Orlando, FL, USA, July 2023