Shayan Naderi

School of Built Environment

Shayan is a PhD candidate through CEEM and the School of Built Environment, UNSW. He has a B.Sc. (Mechanical Engineering) and M.Sc. (Energy Systems Engineering) from K. N. Toosi University of Technology, Iran. He focuses on data analysis, tool development and optimization to evaluate solar pre-cooling and heating potential in the Australian housing stock. He assesses the cost saving potential for households, minimum demand mitigation in the National Electricity Market (NEM), and emission reduction. He has also collaborated on projects for decarbonizing the Pacific Islands Countries and Territories, by developing tools and methods for data analysis and visualization.

As a part of his PhD, he has contributed to the development of the following open-source tools:

NEMED (NEM Emissions Data)

Precool Tool (Residential Solar Pre-Cooling Tool)

Shayan won the John Ballinger Award at APSRC in 2022

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

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Publications

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
Solar pre-cooling with different tariff structures and household time of use patterns Shayan Naderi , Simon Heslop , Dong Chen, Dr Iain MacGill, Gloria Pignatta, Alistair Sproul Energy Efficiency & Distributed Generation Conference Papers 2022