Navid is a lecturer with Collaboration on Energy and Environmental Markets (CEEM) and in the School of Photovoltaic and Renewable Energy Engineering. He focuses on data analysis and pattern recognition methods to investigate the technical and economic impacts of renewable energy (particularly Photovoltaic) on the electricity network as well as the design and assessment of cost-reflective electricity networks tariffs. Navid has a PhD in Photovoltaic and Renewable Energy Engineering from UNSW, and a M.Sc. (Electrical Engineering, Power Systems), and B.Sc. (Electrical Engineering) from University of Tehran, Iran.
- N. Haghdadi, A. Bruce, I. MacGill, and R. Passey, RG189370, “An expanded open source modelling tool for assessing how different network and retail tariffs, and distributed energy options, impact on small energy consumers“, 2018
- N. Haghdadi, I. MacGill, RG181091, “Grid integration modelling project”, 2018
- A. Bruce, J. Bilbao, J. Copper, N. Haghdadi, I. MacGill, R. Passey, M. Roberts, and A. Sproul, RG180709, “Energy data for smart decision making”, 2018
- J. Bilbao, A. Bruce, N. Haghdadi, I. MacGill, R. Passey, and P. Xu, RG183035, “Financial assessment tool to assist large energy consumers with energy contracting and clean energy options including local as well as off-site renewables.”, 2018