Paul Deane Post-doc Researcher  +353 (0)21 490 1959


Research Interests:

Energy and Power systems modelling, Energy Economics and Policy, Energy storage and Wind Resource Assessment. 


Dr Paul Deane has been working in the energy industry for approximately 9 years in both commercial and academic research. Paul completed an Eirgrid funded PhD in April 2012 researching the topic of Pumped Hydro Energy Storage.  His research interests include modeling the technical and economic impacts of renewable generation on power systems using PLEXOS, full energy system modeling using TIMES, storage and emerging technologies.


For complete list please see my Google Scholar profile or join me on LinkedIn 


Deane J.P., Drayton G., Ó Gallachóir B.P. “Sub-Hourly Modelling in Power Systems with Significant Levels of Renewable Generation”. Applied Energy 2013

Deane J.P, McKeogh E.J ,Ó Gallachóir B. P. “Derivation of Intertemporal Targets for Large Scale Pumped Hydro Energy Storage with Stochastic Optimisation”-IEEE Transactions on Power Systems- 2012. 

Deane J.P, Chiodi A.,Gargiulo M., Ó Gallachóir B.P. “Soft-Linking of a Power Systems Model to an Energy Systems Model”- Energy- 2012 

Deane J.P, Driscoll A., Ó Gallachóir B.P. "Quantifying the Impacts of National Renewable Electricity Ambitions using a North-West European Electricity Market Model"- Energy Exemplar 2013

Deane J.P, Dalton G., Ó Gallachóir B.P. “Modelling the economic impacts of 500 MW of Wave Power inIreland”. In press. Energy Policy 2012 

Deane J.P, Ó Gallachóir B. P, McKeogh E.J.  “Techno-Economic Review of Existing and New Pumped Hydro Energy Storage Plant.” – Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews, December 2009 

Deane J.P. Walsh D, FitzGerald J, Ó Gallachóir B.P. “Comparing Electricity Modelling for Energy Forecasts” Section 6, SEAI Energy Forecast forIrelandto 2020, 2011 

P.Calnan, J.P. Deane, B.P. Ó Gallachóir. “Modelling the impact of EV charging scenarios on future generation profiles in Ireland-Assessing the impact on electricity generation, costs and emissions for Ireland in 2025”-Energy Policy,

Deane J.P, Ó Gallachóir B.P “Pumped Hydro Energy Storage”-Wiley Energy Encyclopaedia 2012 

O’Sullivan R, Deane J.P. “PLEXOS Electricity Model-Electrification of Residential Heat”. Section 8, SEAI Energy Forecast forIrelandto 2020, 2010

Conroy, N., Deane, J.P., O Gallachoir, B.P. “Wind turbine availability: Should it be time or energy based? - A case study inIreland” Renewable Energy 2011

Ait-Driss, Bouaziz · Deane, Paul · Chittaranjan, Govindarajan. “O&M Planning - Key to Increased Project Availability and Revenue” Wind Energy 2008

D. A. Bechrakis , Deane, J.P. “Wind Resource Assessment of an Area Using Short-term Data Correlated to a Long-term Data Set.” Solar Energy Journal(May 2003). 

AIT Driss, B. J.P. Deane and R. Legault. Good O&M Planning: Key to a Successful Wind Project. Presented at CanWEA 2006 Conference and Trade Show.Winnipeg, October 2006. 

Dimitrijevic, M., É. Desrosiers and J.P. Deane. Factoring Wind Speed Variability into Long-term Energy Yield Predictions. Presented at CanWEA 2006 Conference and Trade Show.Winnipeg, October 2006.  

McKeogh E. J., Gonzalez A. & Deane J.P. Computer Simulation of Planned 100% Renewable Generation on an Island off the West Coast of Ireland, Renewable Energy Sources forIslands, Tourism and Water Desalination.Crete, May 2003. 

Deane, J.P., McKeogh E. J. Validation of Wind Resource Assessment Technique. European Wind Energy Conference . Madrid, 2003.

Deane, J.P .,C. Moehrlen, E. J. McKeoghWind Data Analysis. European Wind Energy Conference . Copenhagen, 2001.

Awarded a Siemens IEI Young Irish Engineer of the Year Award in 2001

Awarded ERI Post-Doc researcher of the year 2012


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