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IA Grant Wilson
IA Grant Wilson
Lecturer, School of Chemical Engineering, University of Birmingham, UK
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Energy storage in electrochemical capacitors: designing functional materials to improve performance
PJ Hall, M Mirzaeian, SI Fletcher, FB Sillars, AJR Rennie, GO Shitta-Bey, ...
Energy & Environmental Science 3 (9), 1238-1251, 2010
11992010
A review of pumped hydro energy storage development in significant international electricity markets
E Barbour, IAG Wilson, J Radcliffe, Y Ding, Y Li
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 61, 421-432, 2016
3782016
Sustainable ammonia production processes
S Ghavam, M Vahdati, IA Wilson, P Styring
Frontiers in Energy Research 9, 34, 2021
3472021
Rapid fuel switching from coal to natural gas through effective carbon pricing
IAG Wilson, I Staffell
Nature Energy 3 (5), 365-372, 2018
1862018
Historical daily gas and electrical energy flows through Great Britain's transmission networks and the decarbonisation of domestic heat
IAG Wilson, AJR Rennie, Y Ding, PC Eames, PJ Hall, NJ Kelly
Energy Policy 61, 301-305, 2013
1132013
Energy storage in the UK electrical network: Estimation of the scale and review of technology options
IAG Wilson, PG McGregor, PJ Hall
Energy Policy 38 (8), 4099-4106, 2010
782010
Towards an objective method to compare energy storage technologies: development and validation of a model to determine the upper boundary of revenue available from electrical …
E Barbour, IAG Wilson, IG Bryden, PG McGregor, PA Mulheran, PJ Hall
Energy & Environmental Science 5 (1), 5425-5436, 2012
612012
Grid-connected renewables, storage and the UK electricity market
IAG Wilson, PG McGregor, DG Infield, PJ Hall
Renewable Energy 36 (8), 2166-2170, 2011
452011
Maximising revenue for non-firm distributed wind generation with energy storage in an active management scheme
S Gill, E Barbour, IAG Wilson, D Infield
IET Renewable Power Generation 7 (5), 421-430, 2013
412013
Why synthetic Fuels are necessary in Future energy systems
IA Wilson, P Styring
Frontiers in Energy Research 5, 19, 2017
372017
The theoretical potential for large-scale underground thermal energy storage (UTES) within the UK
JG Gluyas, CA Adams, IAG Wilson
Energy Reports 6, 229-237, 2020
33*2020
An analysis of storage revenues from the time-shifting of electrical energy in Germany and Great Britain from 2010 to 2016
IAG Wilson, E Barbour, T Ketelaer, W Kuckshinrichs
Journal of Energy Storage 17, 446-456, 2018
312018
Can negative electricity prices encourage inefficient electrical energy storage devices?
E Barbour, G Wilson, P Hall, J Radcliffe
International Journal of Environmental Studies 71 (6), 862-876, 2014
262014
Harvesting environmental microalgal blooms for remediation and resource recovery: a laboratory scale investigation with economic and microbial community impact assessment
J Pandhal, WL Choon, RV Kapoore, DA Russo, J Hanotu, IAG Wilson, ...
Biology 7 (1), 4, 2017
192017
Energy data visualization requires additional approaches to continue to be relevant in a world with greater low-carbon generation
IA Grant Wilson
Frontiers in Energy Research 4, 33, 2016
172016
Great Britain's energy vectors and transmission level energy storage
IAG Wilson, AJR Rennie, PJ Hall
Energy Procedia 62, 619-628, 2014
152014
Flexibility in Great Britain's gas networks: analysis of linepack and linepack flexibility using hourly data
G Wilson, P Rowley
Report, UK Energy Research Centre, 2019
132019
Where did the time (series) go? Estimation of marginal emission factors with autoregressive components
F Beltrami, A Burlinson, M Giulietti, L Grossi, P Rowley, G Wilson
Energy Economics 91, 104905, 2020
112020
End use and disposal of CO 2–storage or utilisation?: general discussion
G Wilson, M Trusler, J Yao, JSM Lee, R Graham, N Mac Dowell, ...
Faraday discussions 192, 561-579, 2016
112016
VISION for smart CO2 transformation in Europe
G Wilson, Y Travaly, T Brun, H Knippels, K Armstrong, P Styring, D Krämer, ...
62017
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