Krol, Madeleine


Graham Sustainability Institute

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(734) 763-0061

Graham Sustainability Institute Profile

Climate and Energy | Energy Storage | Energy Sustainability and Policy | Renewable Energy |


Madeleine Krol is the Clean Energy Land Use Specialist at the Graham Sustainability Institute. In this role, she contributes to research on renewable energy zoning throughout the Great Lakes states and helps Michigan's rural communities with planning and zoning for renewable energy within U-M's partnership with the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE). Through this work, she is providing technical assistance and creates resources on large-scale wind, solar and battery storage to help local governments set policies related to renewable energy. Madeleine joined Graham in 2022 after three years of working for a local government in Germany on energy and sustainability. She has a Master's and Bachelor's degree in Spatial Planning from TU Dortmund University, Germany.