Intern to Help Make Solar Productivity Data Public

Intern to Help Make Solar Productivity Data Public

This summer, intern Iris Tullar is working with the Anchorage ACEP office to collect and visualize the productivity data from the Solar Test Site in Fairbanks.

Specifically, Tullar will be focusing on enabling public access to data generated at the site via the ACEP Solar website.

Tullar was born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska, and is going into her third year as a mechanical engineering student at George Washington University in Washington, D.C.

Tullar has a passion for sustainability and a background in the Python programming language.

This project is supported by the Office of Naval Research.

For more information on this project, please contact Chris Pike at


Iris Tullar is a summer intern at ACEP’s Anchorage office working on making solar test site data publicly available. Photo courtesy of Iris Tullar.