Mohammad Dehghanimadvar

School of Photovoltaic and Renewable Energy Engineering

Mohammad Dehghanimadvar is an ACAP PhD candidate in the School of Photovoltaics and Solar Energy Engineering at UNSW. He completed his M.Sc. in Renewable Energies Engineering at Tehran University, Iran in 2017. He mainly focuses on the sustainability of the PV module manufacturing supply chain in the local and global markets under various policy mechanisms. His research interests lie in the area of PV manufacturing supply chain modeling and optimization and its economic, environmental and social impacts and policy approaches for supporting local PV manufacturing. He has been working as a researcher with the Australian PV Institute on Solar PV Maps and Tools. He has collaborated actively with researchers in several other disciplines such as LCA, techno-economic and data analyses.



Title & place of publication Author Research area Type Links Yearsort descending
Rooftop Solar Potential of Australian Housing Stock by Tenure and Dwelling Type Mohammad Dehghanimadvar , Mike Roberts , Anna Bruce , Renate Egan Electricity Markets & Restructuring, Energy Efficiency & Distributed Generation Reports and Working Papers 2024