Kelvin Say

Researcher
Curtin University
Australia

Kelvin Say is a PhD researcher at Curtin University studying the effect of customer-scale renewable energy technologies on the socio-economics of electricity markets. Kelvin’s research interests include sustainability, complexity, economics and policy development. He is an experienced control systems engineer and computer scientist with over a decade of experience in bulk-materials handling within the mining sector. He has extensive industry experience in embedded systems, real time computation, industrial automation, distributed systems architecture and project management.

To drive the transition towards customer-centric energy markets, Kelvin is developing a techno-economic methodology to evaluate how energy policies can direct customer PV-battery adoption, while simultaneously encouraging shared benefits across all electricity grid customers.

 

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