Manu Rawali

School of Photovoltaics and Renewable Energy Engineering

Manu Rawali is a PhD candidate at the School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications, University of New South Wales (UNSW), Sydney, Australia. His research focuses on improved electrification planning to increase electricity access in rural Papua New Guinea. Manu has his MScTech in Optoelectronics and Photonics from UNSW and BSc in Applied Physics in Electronics and Instrumentation from the Papua New Guinea University of Technology.

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Title & place of publication Author Research area Typesort descending Links Year
'Workshop Background Paper: Energy Resilience in Pacific Island Countries & Territories' Darcy Small, Ashleigh Nicholls, Thomas Jeffrey , Anna Bruce , Iain MacGill , Paul Munro , Atul Raturi , Manu Rawali , Long Seng To Electricity Markets & Restructuring, Energy Efficiency & Distributed Generation, Sustainability & general Conference Papers 2020
Electricity Access Challenges and Opportunities in Papua New Guinea (PNG) Manu Rawali , Anna Bruce , Atul Raturi , Brian Spak, Dr Iain MacGill Electricity Markets & Restructuring, Energy Efficiency & Distributed Generation Conference Papers 2019
Research and innovation agenda for energy resilience in Pacific Island Countries and Territories Long Seng To , Anna Bruce , Paul Munro , Edoardo Santagata , Dr Iain MacGill, Manu Rawali , Atul Raturi Electricity Markets & Restructuring Articles 2021