Jason Bushhttps://bios.inl.gov/Lists/Researcher/DisplayOverrideForm.aspx?ID=98Jason BushJason Bush is a Cyber Security & Electrical Engineer in the Idaho National Laboratory’s Energy & Environment Science and Technology Directorate. His research interests include DOD risk management framework (RMF), microgrids, renewable energy, and power engineering/analysis. He is currently researching high-penetration renewable power integration on an inverter-based microgrid demonstration system as well as a portable microgrid trailer-based system. He performs resource assessments on energy systems, including installation and maintenance of data gathering from equipment including electrical meters, anemometers, and solar systems. Jason protects DOD personnel from danger by performing short circuit, coordination, and arc flash studies for numerous military locations. His engineering support for DOD also includes trips to the Middle East, (Jordan, Kuwait & Qatar) where he is part of a US Army Central (USARCENT) team that works to improve living conditions for US troops. He also currently provides cyber security support and RMF project management for DoD projects. He served six years in the US Air Force and afterwards graduated from college with a BS degree in Computer Science.<div class="ExternalClassE5B9703BF8AF4102B3D024803654ED69"><p>​B.S., Computer Science - Dickinson State University</p></div>Renewable Energy;Power and Energy Systemshttps://bios.inl.gov/BioPhotos/Jason%20Bush.jpgRenewable Energy Analystjason.bush@inl.gov

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