Girish Ghatikar

Rish Ghatikar

Grid Integration Group
Demand Response Research Center (DRRC)
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
1 Cyclotron Road MS 90R1121
Berkeley CA 94720
Office Location: 90-1133
(510) 486-6768

Girish (Rish) Ghatikar is a Deputy Lead for the Grid Integration Group overseeing the U.S. and international Demand Response (DR) technologies, Open Auto-DR (OpenADR) standards, and related energy technologies, services, and business. His background and experiences are in key areas of information technology, standards, technology transfer, and business innovation for Energy Efficiency, DR, Smart Grid, and their field applications. Ghatikar serves on the Board of Directors and as the Vice Chairman for the OpenADR Alliance, Steering and Technical Committees for Organization for Advancement of Structured Information Standards, and relevant user groups to accelerate the adoption of Smart Grid and Clean Energy innovation in the U.S. and international markets. Ghatikar holds Master degrees in Telecommunication Systems/ Computer Technologies; and Infrastructure Planning/Management.

Education

Masters in Telecommunication Systems/ Computer Technologies, California State University East-Bay
Masters in Infrastructure Planning/ Management, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Bachelors in Architecture, B.V.B College for Engineering and Technology

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Publications

2010

Ghatikar, Girish. Smart Grid Opportunities for Data Centers In Datacenter Dynamics North America. San Francisco, CA, 2010. Download: PDF (2.43 MB)

2009

Granderson, Jessica, Mary Ann Piette, Girish Ghatikar, and Phillip N. Price. "Preliminary Findings from an Analysis of Building Energy Information System Technologies." In 2009 National Conference on Building Commissioning. Seattle, WA, 2009. Download: PDF (1.71 MB)

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