Energy Systems

The Energy Systems Program considers how different energy technologies interact with one another and society. The program includes the technical and economic analysis of energy networks, wholesale and retail energy markets, and energy system planning.

Capabilities

  • Energy network, system and market integration of renewable energy sources
  • Distributed energy resources and smart grids
  • Integrated energy networks and multi-energy systems
  • Risk and resilience assessment of future energy systems
  • Demand modelling using randomised control trials, big data and machine learning
  • Retail energy markets and consumer behaviours control trials, big data and machine learning

Impact

  • Modelling work commissioned by the Finkel Review
  • AEMO demand and reserves forecasting using AMI data and machine learning approaches
  • Modelling of electricity consumer behaviour for Billcap, Click Energy and Simply Energy
  • Collaborations with AEMC and AER on power system resilience and reliability

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