EMRG - Recent Graduate Research
Theses in progress or under examination
Investment Risk and Generation Capacity in Restructured Electricity Markets.
Project Management of Solar Energy Development Projects in the South Pacific.
- I. Mahakalanda
Analysis of Participant Behaviour in an Integrated Electricity-Water Market.
- S. Starkey
Urban Water Scheduling: Enhancing Allocation with Price Based Mechanisms.
Developing Alternative SCDDP Implementations for Hydro-Thermal Scheduling in New Zealand. MCom(2014)
The Analysis of Spot Price Stochasticity in Deregulated Wholesale Electricity Markets. PhD(2007)
Inter-temporal Considerations for Supply Offer Development in Deregulated Electricity Markets. PhD(2007)
Optimal Reactive Power Management in Electric Power Systems. PhD(2004)
Aspects of Risk Management in Deregulated Electricity Markets. PhD(2003)
Stochastic Utility Maximising Dynamic Programming Applied to Medium-Term Reservoir Management. PhD(2003)
Non-inferior Set Scenario Analysis. PhD(2000)
Reactive Power Pricing. ME(1999)
Non-convex Network Models and Applications to Energy Modelling. PhD(1998)
Medium Term Simulation of a Competitive Electricity Market. PhD(1997)
Competitive Electrical Power Dispatch Development. PhD(1996)
Short Term Pricing in Decentralised Power Systems. PhD(1996)
Dual Dynamic Programming for Reservoir Management with Correlated Inflows. PhD(1995)
Dual Dynamic Programming: A Computational Study. MSc(1991)
Completed Graduate Projects
Generalizing SPECTRA towards Multiple Reservoirs. BSc(Hons)(2012)
The Market Impact of Wind Integration in the New Zealand Energy System. MEM(2010)
Representing River Chain Capabilities for Market Purposes. BCom(Hons)(2001)
Electricity Demand-side Management at a Large Manufacturing Site. MEM(2000)
Technology Scenarios for the Electricity Industry. MEM(1997)
Merger and Acquisition Strategy in the Electricity Sector. MCom(1997)
Management of Energy Utilisation for Canterbury University. MEM(1996)
Positioning Trans Power's Services. MBA(1994)
Energy Efficiency Services for End-Users. MBA(1993)