GREEN Grid Publications

Note: The GREEN Grid conference programme and all conference presentations are available here

Journal Papers and Thesis

Analysis of greenhouse gas emissions in electricity systems using timevarying carbon intensity - Imran Khan, Michael Jack, Janet Stephenson. Journal of Cleaner Production (2018). Available online

Smart grid research in New Zealand - A Review from the GREEN Grid research programme – Stephenson, J., Ford, R., Nair, N-K., Watson, N., Wood, A., Miller, A. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews (2017). Available online

A minimal simulation of the electricity demand of a domestic hot water cylinder for smart control - Michael Jack, Kiti Suomalainen, J. J. W. Dew, D. Eyers. Applied Energy (2017). Available online

Comparative analysis of monitored and self-reported data on electricity use - Kiti Suolamainen, Michael Jack, David Byers, Rebecca Ford, Janet Stephenson EEEIC / I&CPS Europe (2017). Available online

Emerging energy transitions: PV uptake beyond subsidies – Rebecca Ford, Sara Walton, Janet Stephenson, David Rees, Michelle Scott, Geoff King, John Williams, Ben Wooliscroft. Technological Forecasting and Social Change (2017). Available online 

Quantifying the benefits from the spatial diversification of wind power in New Zealand - Dougal McQueen PhD Final Thesis (2016). Available online

Impact of Solar Photovoltaics on the Low-voltage Distribution Network in New Zealand - Jeremy Watson, Neville Watson, David Santos-Martin, Alan Wood, Scott Lemon, Allan Miller. IET (2016). Available online

Heat-pump Performance: Voltage dip/sag, under-voltage and over-voltage - Bill Heffernan, Neville Watson and Jeremy Watson. IET (2014). Available online

 

 

2018

EEA Conference, 20-22 June 2018, Auckland

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Impact of inverter energy systems on fuse protection of low voltage networks - Ryan van Herel, Alan Wood, Kerry Clapham, Bill Heffernan

Peaking Requirements for a 90% renewable system in New Zealand – Luke Schwartfeger, Alan Wood. 

Study of Voltage Profile in a Low Voltage Distribution Network – Parash Acharya, Alan Wood, Andrew Lapthorn

Project Reports

Jack, M., & Suomalainen, K. (2018). Potential future changes to residential electricity load profiles – findings from the GridSpy dataset (Project Report). Available online 

 

 

2017

Wind integration Workshop, October 2017, Berlin

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Quantifying the benefits from the spatial diversification of wind power in New Zealand – Dougal McQueen, Alan Wood

EEA Conference, 21-23 June 2017, Wellington

Effects of time-scale on householder PV economic analyses: over-estimation of self-consumption - Daniel Brown, Sharee McNab, Allan Miller. Available online

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Online Conditioning Monitoring of Electricity Assets – a Literature Review  - Campbell McDiarmid, Allan Miller

Electrical Vehicle Storage Technologies and Range - Leatham Landon-Lane, Allan Miller, Aaron Marshall, Paul Gaynor

2016

SEANZ 2016 

Predicting PV Uptake in New Zealand – Sharee McNab, Allan Miller, Alan Wood, Scott Lemon. Available online

Solar and Wind Integration workshops in Vienna, 14-17 November 2016

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New Zealand Guideline for the Connection of PV Solar Power and Determining Hosting Capacity for PV Solar Power - Richard Strahan, Sharee McNab, Shreejan Pandey, Scott Lemon, Allan Miller, Neville Watson, Alan Wood, Tim Crownshaw

The Value of Frequency Keeping and Governor Response to New Zealand - Josh Schipper, Alan Wood, Allan Miller, Conrad Edwards

EEA Conference, 22 - 24 June 2016, Wellington

The EECA energywise (TM) PV Solar Calculator - Alan Wood, Allan Miller, Sharee McNab, Scott Lemon. Available online

Rapid EV Chargers: Implementation of a Charger - Ben Jar,. Neville Watson, Allan Miller. Available online

The Power Quality trend in a New Zealand Distribution Company - Hans Wijaya, Neville Watson, Gavin Bonnett. Available online

Impacts of new technologies on load profiles, Michael Campbell, Allan Miller, Neville Watson. Available online

Determination of Distributed Generation Hosting Capacity in Low-voltage Networks and Industry Applications - Tim Crownshaw, Allan Miller, Scott Lemon, Sharee McNab, Richard Strahan. Available online

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Guideline for the connection of small-scale inverter based distributed generation: an introduction and summary - Allan Miller, Richard Strahan, Sharee McNab, Tim Crownshaw, Shreejan Pandey, Neville Watson, Scott Lemon, Alan Wood

Small-scale PV inverters - New equipment standards versus actual performance - Bill Heffernan, Patrick Chen, Ankur Mishra

Dynamic wind power simulation - Dougal McQueen, Alan Wood

The Value of Frequency Keeping and Governor Response to New Zealand,- Josh Shipper, Alan Wood, Conrad Edwards, Allan Miller

The Economics and Potential Uptake of PV Solar Power by Region and PV System Cost - Sharee McNab, Allan Miller, Scott Lemon, Alan Wood

EEA Asset Management Workshop, 22 June 2016

Draft EEA Guide for Connection of Small-Scale Inverter Based Distributed Generation. Available online

Project Reports

Ford, R., Whitaker, J., & Stephenson, J. (2016). Prosumer collectives: a review (Project Report). Centre for Sustainability, University of Otago. Available online 

Ford, R. (2016). Smart Grid Edge Technologies Case Studies of Early Adopters (Project Report). Centre for Sustainability, University of Otago. Available online 

Ford, R., & Peniamina, R. (2016). Smart Homes: What New Zealanders think, have, and want. (Project Report). Centre for Sustainability, University of Otago. Available online 

 

2015 

Wind integration workshop in Brussels (October 2015)

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Wind Power Simulation Using Correlated Innovation Matrix and Wavelet Multi-Resolution Analysis Approaches - Dougal McQueen, Alan Wood, Allan Miller

 

EEA Conference, 24-26 June 2015, Wellington

Economics of Photovoltaic Solar Power and Uptake in New Zealand - Allan Miller, Michael Hwang, Scott Lemon, E. Grant Read and Alan Wood. Available online 

Electric Vehicles and Demand Response: An Economic Perspective - Michael Hwang, Alan Wood, Neville Watson and Allan Miller. Available online 

Power Quality Indices - Neville Watson and Allan Miller. Available online 

Impact of Electric Vehicle Chargers on a Low Voltage Distribution System - Neville Watson, Jeremy D. Watson, Russell M. Watson, Kashani Sharmaand and Allan Miller. Available online 

Smart Meters to Monitor Power Quality at Consumer Premises - Michael Campbell, Neville Watson and Allan Miller. Available online 

Environmental Aspects of Photovoltaic Solar Power: The New Zealand Context - Luke Schwartfeger and Allan Miller. Available online 

Project Reports

Ford, R., Stephenson, J., Scott, M., Williams, J., Rees, D., & Wooliscroft, B. (2015). Keen on EVs: Kiwi perspectives on electric vehicles, and opportunities to stimulate uptake (Working Paper). Centre for Sustainability, University of Otago. Available online 

 

2014 and earlier

Project Reports

Ford, R., Stephenson, J., Brown, N., & Stiehler, W. (2014). Energy Transitions: Home Energy Management Systems (HEMS). Centre for Sustainability, University of Otago. Available online 

Ford, R., Stephenson, J., Scott, M., Williams, J., Wooliscroft, B., King, G., & Miller, A. (2014, September). Photovoltaic (PV) Uptake in NZ: The story so far. Centre for Sustainability, University of Otago. Available online 

King, G., Stephenson, J., & Ford, R. (2014). PV in Blueskin: Drivers, barriers and enablers of uptake of household photovoltaic systems in the Blueskin communities, Otago, New Zealand. Centre for Sustainability, University of Otago. Available online 

Williams, J. R. (2014). GREEN Grid Choice Modelling preliminary report. Centre for Sustainability, University of Otago. Available online 

EEA Conference, 18-20 June 2014, Auckland

Photovoltaic Solar Power Update in New Zealand - Allan Miller, John Williams, David Santos-Martin, Scott Lemon, Neville Watson and Shreejan Pandey. Available online

EEA Conference, 19 - 21 June 2013, Auckland

Electric Vehicles in New Zealand: From Passenger to Driver? - Scott Lemon and Allan Miller. Available online