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Understanding offshore wind energy with doctoral student Avery Barnett

Wind turbines in a field.
Tom Corser / Wikimedia Commons

In this episode, Brains, Black Holes, and Beyond sits down with Avery Barnett, a doctoral student from Jamaica. She works closely with her advisors SPIA Professor Michael Oppenheimer and MAE Professor Jesse Jenkins focusing on renewable energy policies in the Caribbean. Barnett spoke about her work with the N.J. Wind Institute Fellowship Program through Princeton, and how she hopes she can apply her findings to her work in renewable energy in the Caribbean.


This episode of Brains, Black Holes, and Beyond (B cubed) was produced under the 147th board of the ‘Prince’ in partnership with the Insights newsletter.

For more information about Avery's work and N.J. Wind Institute Fellowship Program, visit this page.


Written and Hosted by Noelle Kim

Edited and Sound Engineered by Noelle Kim

Transcript by Ria Tomar


Produced by Senna Aldoubosh

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