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 Yearsort descending
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
'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
'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
'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
'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