Imperial College London
Goran Strbac is a Professor of Energy Systems, with extensive experience in advanced modelling and analysis of operation, planning, security and economics of energy systems. He led the development of novel advanced analysis approaches and methodologies that have been extensively used to inform industry, governments and regulatory bodies abut the role and value of emerging new technologies and systems in supporting cost effective evolution to smart low carbon future. He is a member of the Steering Committee of the SmartGrids European Technology Platform, co-chair of EU WG on Sustainable Districts and Built Environment of Smart Cities,Director of the UK Centre for Grid Scale Energy Storage,participates in working groups and committees within CIGRE, CIRED IET, IEEE and IEA. He co-authored 4 books and published over 180 technical papers.
My research focuses on the advanced electricity system modelling, that has been widely applied to comprehensively assess cost, carbon and security performance of future low-carbon electricity systems, covering all sectors of the electricity system. Our novel whole-system analysis approaches and modelling methodologies have been extensively used to inform electricity industry, governments and regulatory bodies abut the technical, economic and market challenges associated with future low carbon electricity systems including analysis of the role and value of emerging technologies, such storage, demand side response and a range of advanced transmission and distribution network technologies.