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2018

Allison, J. and Cowie, A. and Flett, G. and Hand, J W and Hawker, G and Kelly, N J (2018) Modelling responsive demand from electrified domestic heating and storage under different operating strategies. In: uSIM - Urban Energy Simulation, 2018-11-30 - 2018-11-30, University of Strathclyde.

Allison, John and Bell, Keith and Clarke, Joe and Cowie, Andrew and Elsayed, Ahmed and Flett, Graeme and Oluleye, Gbemi and Hawkes, Adam and Hawker, Graeme and Kelly, Nick and Manuela Marinho de Castro, Maria and Sharpe, Tim and Shea, Andy and Strachan, Paul and Tuohy, Paul (2018) Assessing domestic heat storage requirements for energy flexibility over varying timescales. Applied Thermal Engineering, 136. pp. 602-616. ISSN 1359-4311

Tuohy, P.G. and Kelly, N. and Allison, J. and Cowie, A. and Lyden, A. and Flett, G. (2018) Exploring value and performance parameters for thermal energy storage in low carbon buildings and districts. In: 14th International Conference on Energy Storage, 2018-04-25 - 2018-04-28, Çukurova University.

2017

Hawker, Graeme and Bell, Keith and Flett, Graeme and Allison, John and Cowie, Andrew and Kelly, Nicolas (2017) Local pathways to low-carbon domestic heat : exploring the options in the UK. In: International Conference on Energy Systems Integration, 2017-12-05 - 2017-12-06, National Renewable Energy Laboratory.

Flett, Graeme and Kelly, Nick (2017) A disaggregated, probabilistic, high resolution method for assessment of domestic occupancy and electrical demand. Energy and Buildings, 140. pp. 171-187. ISSN 0378-7788

Allison, John and Bell, Keith and Clarke, Joe and Cowie, Andrew and Elsayed, Ahmed and Flett, Graeme and Gbemi, Oluleye and Hawkes, Adam and Hawker, Graeme and Kelly, Nick and Manuela Marinho de Castro, Maria and Sharpe, Tim and Shea, Andy and Strachan, Paul (2017) Domestic thermal storage requirements for heat demand flexibility. In: The 4th Sustainable Thermal Energy Management International Conference, 2017-06-28 - 2017-06-30, The Golden Tulip Hotel. (In Press)

2016

Flett, Graeme and Kelly, Nick (2016) An occupant-differentiated, higher-order Markov Chain method for prediction of domestic occupancy. Energy and Buildings, 125. pp. 219-230. ISSN 0378-7788

2015

Flett, Graeme and Kelly, Nicolas (2015) Household-differentiated demand modelling for communities. In: 14th International Conference of IBPSA - Building Simulation 2015, BS 2015, Conference Proceedings. International Building Performance Simulation Association, [Hyderabad], pp. 1821-1828.

2014

Flett, Graeme Hamilton and Kelly, Nicolas (2014) Towards detailed occupancy and demand modelling of low-carbon communities. In: 1st International Conference on Zero Carbon Buildings Today and in the Future, ZCB2014,, 2014-09-11 - 2014-09-12, Birmingham City University.

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