Paul Deane
Paul Deane
Energy Policy and Modelling Group, UCC, Ireland
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Techno-economic review of existing and new pumped hydro energy storage plant
JP Deane, BPÓ Gallachóir, EJ McKeogh
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 14 (4), 1293-1302, 2010
5022010
Soft-linking of a power systems model to an energy systems model
JP Deane, A Chiodi, M Gargiulo, BPÓ Gallachóir
Energy 42 (1), 303-312, 2012
1992012
The impact of sub-hourly modelling in power systems with significant levels of renewable generation
JP Deane, G Drayton, BPÓ Gallachóir
Applied Energy 113, 152-158, 2014
1492014
Incorporating flexibility requirements into long-term energy system models–A case study on high levels of renewable electricity penetration in Ireland
HHR Manuel Welsch, Paul Deane, Mark Howells, Brian Ó Gallachóir, Fionn Rogan ...
Applied Energy 135, 600-615, 2014
1252014
How much wind energy will be curtailed on the 2020 Irish power system?
EV Mc Garrigle, JP Deane, PG Leahy
Renewable Energy 55, 544-553, 2013
1232013
A perspective on the potential role of renewable gas in a smart energy island system
JDM Eoin P. Ahern Paul Deanea Tobias Persson, Brian Ó Gallachóir
Renewable Energy 78, 2015
1132015
Energy poverty and vulnerable consumers in the energy sector across the EU: analysis of policies and measures
A Team, C Baffert
Policy 2, 2015
1052015
Modelling the impacts of challenging 2050 European climate mitigation targets on Ireland’s energy system
A Chiodi, M Gargiulo, F Rogan, JP Deane, D Lavigne, UK Rout, ...
Energy Policy 53, 169-189, 2013
1002013
The role of hydrogen in low carbon energy futures–A review of existing perspectives
ES Hanley, JP Deane, BPÓ Gallachóir
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 82, 3027-3045, 2018
862018
Wind resource assessment of an area using short term data correlated to a long term data set
DA Bechrakis, JP Deane, EJ McKeogh
Solar Energy 76 (6), 725-732, 2004
862004
Integrating short term variations of the power system into integrated energy system models: A methodological review
S Collins, JP Deane, K Poncelet, E Panos, RC Pietzcker, E Delarue, ...
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 76, 839-856, 2017
762017
Supporting security and adequacy in future energy systems: The need to enhance long‐term energy system models to better treat issues related to variability
M Welsch, M Howells, MR Hesamzadeh, B Ó Gallachóir, P Deane, ...
International Journal of Energy Research 39 (3), 377-396, 2015
622015
Modelling the impacts of challenging 2020 non-ETS GHG emissions reduction targets on Ireland′ s energy system
A Chiodi, M Gargiulo, JP Deane, D Lavigne, UK Rout, BPÓ Gallachóir
Energy Policy 62, 1438-1452, 2013
622013
Modelling the economic impacts of 500 MW of wave power in Ireland
JP Deane, G Dalton, BPÓ Gallachóir
Energy Policy 45, 614-627, 2012
522012
Assessing power system security. A framework and a multi model approach
JP Deane, F Gracceva, A Chiodi, M Gargiulo, BPÓ Gallachóir
International Journal of Electrical Power & Energy Systems 73, 283-297, 2015
452015
Fossil fuel and CO2 emissions savings on a high renewable electricity system–a single year case study for Ireland
JM Clancy, F Gaffney, JP Deane, J Curtis, BPÓ Gallachóir
Energy Policy 83, 151-164, 2015
402015
Derivation of intertemporal targets for large pumped hydro energy storage with stochastic optimization
JP Deane, EJ McKeogh, BPO Gallachoir
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems 28 (3), 2147-2155, 2013
392013
A review of the role of distributed generation (DG) in future electricity systems
L Mehigan, JP Deane, BPÓ Gallachóir, V Bertsch
Energy 163, 822-836, 2018
382018
Wind turbine availability: Should it be time or energy based?–A case study in Ireland
N Conroy, JP Deane, BPÓ Gallachóir
Renewable Energy 36 (11), 2967-2971, 2011
382011
Modelling of a power-to-gas system to predict the levelised cost of energy of an advanced renewable gaseous transport fuel
S McDonagh, R O'Shea, DM Wall, JP Deane, JD Murphy
Applied Energy 215, 444-456, 2018
372018
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