Dr Inna Vorushylo is a Research Associate with the Ulster University, where she gained a PhD in techno-economic modelling of all Ireland Energy System. She also holds BSc and MSc degrees in Electronic Engineering, as well as BSc in Economics and MSc in Marketing, which she gained at National Technical University of Ukraine "Kyiv Polytechnic Institute". Dr Vorushylo's expertise straddles fields of Engineering and Economics and specific applications of these to energy markets, her primary research interests are modelling the implications of policy changes to both large scale and local energy systems, through their techno-economic analysis, as well as energy market modelling. Dr Vorushylo's most recent areas of research are the future role of energy storage systems and their alternatives for the wind dominated future Single Electricity Market (the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland electricity systems).
Dr Vorushylo possesses extensive knowledge and experience in computational and mathematical modelling, including advanced Plexos expertise.
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