Rahman Daiyan

School of Chemical Engineering

Daiyan is a Lecturer in the School of Chemical Engineering at UNSW Sydney and is a Chief Investigator in the ARC Training Centre for The Global Hydrogen Economy, DFAT funded HySupply project and NSW P2X. He has a track-record in building strong consortium of industry-academic partnerships for both HySupply and NSW P2X to explore the value chain costing and emerging technologies for enabling a domestic and export focused H2 and Power-to-X economy. Further, with skills in artificial photosynthesis, material synthesis, electrocatalysis and techno-economic analysis of renewable energy driven energy conversion systems, Daiyan is involved in developing emerging hydrogen generation and utilization technologies. Daiyan delivered projects with industry partners, CSIRO, NSW OCSE and DFAT to determine the feasibility of Australian powerfuel and hydrogen value chain.

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Title & place of publication Author Research area Type Links Year
'Shipping the sunshine: An open-source model for costing renewable hydrogen transport from Australia', International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 47 Charles Johnston, Muhammad Haider Ali Khan, Rose Amal, Rahman Daiyan , Iain MacGill Electricity Markets & Restructuring, Technology Assessments Journal Papers 2022
An integrated framework of open-source tools for designing and evaluating green hydrogen production opportunities Muhammad Haider Ali Khan, Phoebe (Heywood) Dennis , Aaron Kuswara, Rahman Daiyan , Iain MacGill , Rose Amal Electricity Markets & Restructuring, Technology Assessments Journal Papers 2022
Designing optimal integrated electricity supply configurations for renewable hydrogen generation in Australia Muhammad Haider Ali Khan, Rahman Daiyan , Zhaojun Han, Martin Hablutzel, Nawshad Haque, Rose Amal, Dr Iain MacGill Electricity Markets & Restructuring, Sustainability & general Articles 2021
Opportunities and Challenges for Renewable Power-to-X Rahman Daiyan , Dr Iain MacGill, Rose Amal Electricity Markets & Restructuring, Large-scale Renewable Energy Articles 2020