Lecturer in Clean Energy, Cranfield University
Expert in techno-economic feasibility assessment of clean heat and power generation systems, carbon capture and storage, thermochemical conversion, and industrial processes
I am a Lecturer in Clean Energy at Cranfield University. My expertise is in techno-economic feasibility assessment of clean power generation systems and industrial processes. As a researcher, I was responsible for process modelling and feasibility assessment activities in a portfolio of research projects including Balanced Energy Networks (InnovateUK, 102624, £511k), and Combined Energy Recovery and CO2 Removal Phase 1 (EPSRC, EP/N508615/1, £147k). Currently, I am the PI for Phase 1 of EpiQair test programme (Epicam Ltd, £50k), Feasibility assessment of energy storage system based on EpiQair engine (ERDF, £10k), and Energy and Power Roundtable Workshop with Cambridge CleanTech (HEIF, £10k). I am is also the co-investigator on Redefining power generation from carbonaceous fuels with carbonate looping combustion and gasification technologies project (EPSRC, EP/P034594/1, £157k) and Combined Energy Recovery and CO2 Capture Phase 2 (BEIS, EEF5084, £255k). My research has been disseminated in 29 articles in prestigious journals (h-index: 11; citations: 379). My research interests include: - advanced heat and power generation systems - carbon capture and storage - thermochemical conversion of solid fuels - clean industrial processes - energy storage My expertise is in: - process development and optimisation - thermodynamic analysis - economic analysis - deterministic and stochastic process feasibility assessment - dissemination.