I got my PhD degree from the Electrical and Electronic Engineering department at Imperial College London. My research is mainly focused on the interaction of gas/hydrogen and electricity systems from operation and planning perspectives. In this context, the modelling is carried out for e.g., GB energy system in 2030 and 2050, where a significant part of the heat and transport sector should be electrified. Furthermore, cost-effective transition to a lower-carbon energy system achieved by the employment of flexibility options (i.e., demand side response, electricity storage, flexible gas plants, multi-directional compressors, and interconnections) in the integrated operation and planning of different energy vectors (mainly gas/hydrogen, heat and electricity) is investigated. I was a Co-Investigator in the "Whole system analysis of advanced thermal energy storage technologies in future UK energy networks" project. I am a Contributing Author in Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) WG 3 and contributed to many scientific papers as well as research projects related to the energy industry, such as projects for the Committee of Climate Change (CCC) and Ofgem.
et al., 2022, Values of latent heat and thermochemical energy storage technologies in low-carbon energy systems: whole system approach, Journal of Energy Storage, Vol:50, ISSN:2352-152X
et al., 2022, Impact of local emergency demand response programs on the operation of electricity and gas systems, Energies, Vol:15, ISSN:1996-1073
et al., 2021, Environmental assessment of latent heat thermal energy storage technology system with phase change material for domestic heating applications, Sustainability, Vol:13, ISSN:2071-1050, Pages:1-17
et al., 2022, Optimal scheduling of gas and electricity distribution networks in microgrids: a decomposition approach, IEEE International Conference on Environment and Electrical Engineering (EEEIC) / IEEE Industrial and Commercial Power Systems Europe (I and CPS Europe) Conference, IEEE, Pages:1-6