Katelyn Purnell

School of Photovoltaics and Renewable Energy Engineering

Katelyn is a PhD Candidate in CEEM and at the School of Photovoltaic and Renewable Energy Engineering, UNSW. Her work investigates electric vehicles and their integration into long term electricity system planning, with a strong focus on multi-modal vehicles and cross sector integration. Katelyn has a Bachelors of Renewable Energy Engineering from UNSW and previously worked in Life Cycle Assessment for the Built Environment.

ResearchGate link here.



Title & place of publication Author Research area Type Links Year
'Impacts of electrifying public transit on the electricity grid, from regional to state level analysis', Applied Energy, 307 Katelyn Purnell , Anna Bruce , Iain MacGill Electric vehicles Journal Papers 2022
'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
'Inquiry Into Electric Buses in Regional and Metropolitan Public Transport Networks in NSW, Submission in response to the Committee on Transport and Infrastructure' Anna Bruce , Katelyn Purnell , Iain MacGill Submissions 2019
'Electrified Transport Opportunities for Low Carbon Mobility in Australian Cities', APSRC 2018, Sydney, Australia Katelyn Purnell , Anna Bruce , Iain MacGill Electric vehicles Conference Papers 2018
Submission in response to the Senate Select Committee on Electric Vehicles: Opportunities to facilitate electric mobility in Australia Katelyn Purnell , Sharon Young, David Dixon, Anna Bruce , Iain MacGill Electric vehicles Submissions 2018