Matt Moniot

Research Engineer, Data Analyst

National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)

Matt Moniot is a research engineer studying transportation topics within the Mobility, Behavior, and Advanced Powertrains (MBAP) group at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory. His research primarily focuses on electric vehicle infrastructure planning and powertrain modeling. Matt's research interests involve studying the intersection of infrastructure developments, vehicle technologies, and emerging transportation trends (vehicle sharing, Mobility as a Service, connected and autonomous vehicles, etc.). Prior to joining NREL, Matt received his BS and MS degrees in Mechanical Engineering at Virginia Tech.

 

Matt Moniot

Research Engineer, Data Analyst

National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)

Matt Moniot is a research engineer studying transportation topics within the Mobility, Behavior, and Advanced Powertrains (MBAP) group at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory. His research primarily focuses on electric vehicle infrastructure planning and powertrain modeling. Matt's research interests involve studying the intersection of infrastructure developments, vehicle technologies, and emerging transportation trends (vehicle sharing, Mobility as a Service, connected and autonomous vehicles, etc.). Prior to joining NREL, Matt received his BS and MS degrees in Mechanical Engineering at Virginia Tech.