Cassidy Quigley

Research Fellow, NW Clean Energy Atlas

Cassidy is pursuing his Master of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Washington, focusing on energy systems and data science with an interest in analyzing changes to be made to utilities and energy systems.

He is also the solar sizing/optimization lead in the student organization GRID, which works with communities to fund, size, and install solar power for post-disaster relief and initial electrification.

Cassidy graduated from the University of Washington in 2019 with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering where he researched the ergonomics of percussive riveting tools to minimize workplace injuries. Before starting his graduate studies, Cassidy worked for two years in aerospace manufacturing at Electroimpact.

A Pacific Northwest native from San Juan Island, Cassidy’s hobbies include backcountry skiing, kayaking, and backpacking.

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