Dr Inna Vorushylo
Lecturer in Energy Markets and Energy Storage
Dr Inna Vorushylo is a lecturer in energy markets and energy storage in the School of the Built Environment, where she gained a PhD in techno-economic modelling of all Ireland Electricity System. She also holds BSc and MSc degrees in Electronic Engineering, as well as BSc in Economics, which she gained at the 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. Dr Vorushylo possesses extensive knowledge and experience in the electricity market modelling.
Dr Vorushylo's most recent areas of research are the future role of energy storage systems and demand side response in the pathways towards energy market decarbonisation. She also coordinated “Zero-in on NI heat” project under Whole systems networking fund of the UK Energy Research Council focusing on barriers and opportunities for heat sector decarbonisation in Northern Ireland.
|Energy system model for Northern Ireland Funded PhD Opportunity||Friday 5 February 2021||View Details|
|Investigating spatial variations in fuel poverty and determining the potential of, and attitudes towards, low-energy buildings and renewable technologies in Northern Ireland Funded PhD Opportunity||Friday 5 February 2021||View Details|