Jonathan Ullmark

Doctoral Student at Energy Technology

Jonathan is working with energy systems modelling and the technical requirements of the power grid. Specifically, he is investigating how various methods to manage variations in the energy systems can be used to also provide frequency and voltage support to the power system. The goal is to identify how these methods may be used to efficiently make use of large amounts of wind power in various future scenarios.

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2021

Inclusion of frequency control constraints in energy system investment modeling

Jonathan Ullmark, Lisa Göransson, Peiyuan Chen et al
Renewable Energy. Vol. 173, p. 249-262
Journal article
2021

Actuating the European Energy System Transition: Indicators for Translating Energy Systems Modelling Results into Policy-Making

Mariliis Lehtveer, Lisa Göransson, Verena Heinisch et al
Frontiers in Energy Research. Vol. 9
Journal article
2020

Frequency control and synthetic inertia in energy systems modelling

Jonathan Ullmark, Massimo Bongiorno, Peiyuan Chen et al
Preprint
2020

Impacts of thermal energy storage on the management of variable demand and production in electricity and district heating systems: a Swedish case study

Petra Holmér, Jonathan Ullmark, Lisa Göransson et al
International Journal of Sustainable Energy. Vol. 39 (5), p. 446-464
Journal article

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