Hou Sheng Zhou

School of Photovoltaic and Renewable Energy Engineering

Housheng completed his undergraduate double degree of Renewable Energy Engineering and Commerce with first class honours and the university medal at UNSW in 2016. He commenced his pursuit for a PhD in 2017 under the supervision of Dr Rob Passey, Professor Alistair Sproul, and Dr Anna Bruce. His research aims to use the results from analysing the response of deployed battery systems during critical periods of demand and export peaks to develop strategies for coordinating these systems to deliver positive financial outcomes for both the customers and the network operator.

The following lists Hou Sheng's publications released through CEEM.



Title & place of publication Author Research area Type Links Yearsort descending
'Submission to the AER consultation paper: Assessing DER integration expenditure' Naomi Stringer , Anna Bruce , Mike Roberts , Sophie Adams , Iain MacGill , Katelyn Purnell , Hou Sheng Zhou Energy Efficiency & Distributed Generation Submissions 2020
'A case study on the behaviour of residential battery energy storage systems during network and demand peaks,' Renewable Energy, 2021 Hou Sheng Zhou , Rob Passey , Anna Bruce , Alistair B. Sproul Energy Efficiency & Distributed Generation Journal Papers 2021