Shayan Naderi

School of Built Environment

Shayan is a PhD student at CEEM and the School of Built Environment, UNSW. He focuses on data analysis and optimization to investigate the opportunities for using building thermal mass as a thermal battery to shift air conditioning load and bring economic benefits for households through reducing air conditioning consumption during the times with expensive tariff rates. He analyses technical and economic impacts of using surplus solar PV generation to pre-cool a range of Australian building types. Shayan has a M.Sc. (Energy Systems Engineering), and a B.Sc. (Mechanical Engineering) from K. N. Toosi University of Technology, Iran.

For a list of publications please visit ResearchGate link here, Google Scholar link here




Title & place of publication Author Research area Type Links Year
'Consumer cost savings, improved thermal comfort, and reduced peak air conditioning demand through pre-cooling in Australian housing', Energy and Buildings, 271 Shayan Naderi , Simon Heslop , Dong Chen, Iain MacGill , Gloria Pignatta Energy Efficiency & Distributed Generation, Technology Assessments Journal Papers 2022