Navid Haghdadi
Navid Haghdadi
Ausgrid and UNSW Australia
Verified email at unsw.edu.au
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Designing more cost reflective electricity network tariffs with demand charges
R Passey, N Haghdadi, A Bruce, I MacGill
Energy Policy 109, 642-649, 2017
622017
The impact of an urban canopy and anthropogenic heat fluxes on Sydney's climate
S Ma, A Pitman, M Hart, JP Evans, N Haghdadi, I MacGill
International Journal of Climatology 37, 255-270, 2017
292017
Impact of distributed photovoltaic systems on zone substation peak demand
N Haghdadi, A Bruce, I MacGill, R Passey
IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy 9 (2), 621-629, 2017
232017
Appliance level data analysis of summer demand reduction potential from residential air conditioner control
A Malik, N Haghdadi, I MacGill, J Ravishankar
Applied Energy 235, 776-785, 2019
212019
A method to estimate the location and orientation of distributed photovoltaic systems from their generation output data
N Haghdadi, J Copper, A Bruce, I MacGill
Renewable Energy 108, 390-400, 2017
182017
Pricing the urban cooling benefits of solar panel deployment in Sydney, Australia
S Ma, M Goldstein, AJ Pitman, N Haghdadi, I MacGill
Scientific reports 7, 43938, 2017
152017
Clustering-based optimal sizing and siting of photovoltaic power plant in distribution network
N Haghdadi, B Asaei, Z Gandomkar
2012 11th International Conference on Environment and Electrical Engineering …, 2012
132012
Characterisation of Australian apartment electricity demand and its implications for low-carbon cities
MB Roberts, N Haghdadi, A Bruce, I MacGill
Energy 180, 242-257, 2019
112019
Assessing the representativeness of ‘Live’distributed PV data for upscaled PV generation estimates
N Haghdadi, A Bruce, I MacGill
2015 IEEE PES Asia-Pacific Power and Energy Engineering Conference (APPEEC), 1-5, 2015
102015
A novel temperature estimation method for solar cells
G Farivar, B Asaei, N Haghdadi, H Iman-Eini
2011 2nd Power Electronics, Drive Systems and Technologies Conference, 336-341, 2011
92011
Real time generation mapping of distributed PV for network planning and operations
N Haghdadi, J Dennis, A Bruce, I MacGill
2015 IEEE PES Asia-Pacific Power and Energy Engineering Conference (APPEEC), 1-5, 2015
72015
A clustering-based preprocessing on feeder power in presence of photovoltaic power plant
N Haghdadi, B Asaei, Z Gandomkar
2011 10th International Conference on Environment and Electrical Engineering …, 2011
62011
NEMOSIS – NEM Open Source Information Service; open-source access to Australian National Electricity Market Data
N Gorman, N Haghdadi, A Bruce, I MacGill
Asia Pacific Solar Research Conference 2018, 2018
52018
An analytic approach for estimation of maximum power point in solar cars
N Haghdadi, G Farivar, H Iman-Eini, F Miragha
20th Iranian Conference on Electrical Engineering (ICEE2012), 575-580, 2012
52012
Observed behavior of distributed photovoltaic systems during major voltage disturbances and implications for power system security
N Stringer, N Haghdadi, A Bruce, J Riesz, I MacGillb
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Possible System Security Impacts of Distributed Photovoltaics Behavior During Voltage Disturbances
N Stringer, A Bruce, N Haghdadi, I MacGill, J Riesz
2019 IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting (PESGM), 1-5, 2019
32019
Solar Trends Report for Solar Citizens
M Roberts, J Copper, A Bruce, T Barton, N Haghdadi, R Hu
Australian Photovoltaic Institute and University of New South Wales Sydney …, 2018
32018
Operational performance analysis of distributed PV systems in Australia
N Haghdadi, J Copper, A Bruce, I MacGill
Asia Pacific Solar Research Conference, 2016
32016
Observed behavior of distributed photovoltaic systems during major voltage disturbances and implications for power system security
N Stringer, N Haghdadi, A Bruce, J Riesz, I MacGill
Applied Energy 260, 114283, 2020
22020
Historical Market Trends of Distributed Photovoltaic Inverters in Australia
P Heywood, N Haghdadi, A Bruce, I MacGill, N Stringer
Asia-Pacific Solar Research Conference, 2019
2*2019
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