Professional Title: Transportation Project Leader, Center for Integrated Mobility Science
Organization: National Renewable Energy Lab (NREL)
Sessions: Session 11
Kaylyn Bopp is a transportation project leader in the Center for Integrated Mobility Science at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) in Golden, Colorado. Kaylyn develops, leads, and executes projects that provide technical assistance and analysis for alternative fuel transportation and deployment. She primarily focuses on the intersection of program development, community involvement, and transportation electrification. Her current work includes technical assistance for the Department of Energy’s Clean Cities network and Alternative Fuels Data Center. She is also a regional lead for the Joint Office of Energy and Transportation’s National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Formula Program. Before coming to NREL, Kaylyn worked as a project manager focused on designing and managing financial incentive programs for alternative fuel vehicles and infrastructure. Kaylyn holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Environmental Science from the University of Colorado.