Kanyawee Keeratimahat

School of Photovoltaic and Renewable Energy Engineering

Kanyawee is a Research Associate in CEEM and at the School of Photovoltaic and Renewable Energy Engineering, UNSW. She focuses on characterisation and modelling of photovoltaic generation to investigate the impacts of high renewables penetration in the electricity market. Her interests include utility-scale and distributed photovoltaics, variability and uncertainty of renewable energy, renewable energy performance assessment and renewable energy modelling. Kanyawee’s doctoral thesis characterised short-term variability, uncertainty and controllability of utility-scale photovoltaics and their implications for integrating high renewables penetrations.

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Publications

Title & place of publication Author Research area Type Links Year
'Analysis of short-term operational forecast deviations and controllability of utility-scale photovoltaic plants', Renewable Energy Kanyawee Keeratimahat , Anna Bruce , Iain MacGill Electricity Markets & Restructuring, Large-scale Renewable Energy Journal Papers 2020
'Submission to the Semi scheduled generator rule change(s) Issues paper' Abhijith Prakash, Kanyawee Keeratimahat , Anna Bruce , Iain MacGill Electricity Markets & Restructuring, Large-scale Renewable Energy Submissions 2020
'Short term variability of utility-scale PV in the Australian National Electricity Market', APSRC 2017, Melbourne, Australia K. Keeratimahat , A. Bruce , I. MacGill Electricity Markets & Restructuring Conference Papers 2017
'Review of very short term frequency management strategies for integration of high penetrations of non-synchronous utility-scale PV in electricity markets’, APSRC 2015, Canberra, Australia Keeratimahat, K , Bruce, A. , MacGill, I. Electricity Markets & Restructuring, Large-scale Renewable Energy Conference Papers 2016