research projects in the Farzaneh lab focus on
identifying strategies and policies that could facilitate
solutions for the long term energy-related problems—including
global energy supply and environmental challenges facing our
society. We pursue this goal through developing analytical
methods and using computational models in order to understand
the role of science and technology in shaping better energy and
environmental policies at all levels.
with diverse backgrounds conduct research on designing an
appropriate decision making framework that evaluates future
scenarios from both “macro and micro” perspectives, which can be
used to realize a sustainable energy system for Japan, Asia and
even the world.
main themes of research are:
- Energy systems modeling:
Integration of multi-vector energy systems across operation
and investment, local district and national level
- Multiple impact assessment of
low emission development strategies in urban areas.
- Techno-economic analysis of
renewable energy, cleaner fossil energy system and carbon
- Electricity market analysis:
Synthesizing the market clearing mechanism, local markets,
demand response programs and smart grid conceptual model.
- Energy planning under
uncertainties: Design of sustainable energy systems under
- Integration of renewable energy
sources: Investigating the role and value of emerging
technologies and systems in supporting the integration of
variable renewable generation and distributed energy
Books Published by Dr. Hooman Farzaneh
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