University of Reading
Timur Yunusov is a Post Doctoral Research Associate at the School of Built Environment, supporting the CREDS Flexibility theme in exploring suitable metrics for measuring demand side flexibility and understanding the value of demand side flexibility. Research aims to review existing demand side flexibility metrics, baselining methodologies and data associated with the demand side flexibility estimation, provisioning and performance according to the existing and prospective use-cases for flexibility.
Before joining CREDS, Timur has worked on determining the distributional impacts of Time of Use tariffs from household activity data and smart meter data (DEePRED project) and developed and integrated energy storage control strategy for support of low voltage networks (New Thames Valley Vision project). He obtained PhD and MEng from University of Reading.
In parallel to the research activities, Timur is also a Commercial Innovation Manager at the Origami Energy, supporting the DNO innovation team in developing flexibility services and flexibility markets to facilitate transition to DSO through projects LEO, TRANSITION and FUSION
- Distributional effects of Time of Use tariffs based on electricity demand and time use
- Energy Networks Association – Flexibility Consultation 2020
- It’s only a matter of time: Flexibility, activities and time of use tariffs in the United Kingdom
- Exploratory analysis of family-related activities during peak electricity periods
- Consumer network access, core capacity
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