Xiaoming Kan

Postdoc at Physical Resource Theory

Xiaoming Kan is a Post doc researcher at the Division of Physical Resource Theory. His research focuses on modelling of policies and investments for a large-scale introduction of variable renewable power production, which is part of ENSYSTRA (energy systems in transition) training network. The main objective of his research is to evaluate investments and variation management strategies that are cost-effective to use in a renewable power system and assess policies that can foster such a system. His research interests lie in the field of modelling of energy systems and energy markets.

Source: chalmers.se
Image of Xiaoming Kan

Showing 7 publications


Electricity Market Impacts of Low-carbon Energy Transition in the Nordic-Baltic Region

Anahita Farsaei, Ville Olkkonen, Xiaoming Kan et al
Journal of Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems. Vol. 10 (3)
Journal article

Into a cooler future with electricity generated from solar photovoltaic

Xiaoming Kan, Fredrik Hedenus, Lina Reichenberg et al
iScience. Vol. 25 (5)
Journal article

Design matters: New insights on optimizing energy consumption for residential buildings

Weili Sheng, Xiaoming Kan, Bo Wen et al
Energy and Buildings. Vol. 242
Journal article

The cost of a future low-carbon electricity system without nuclear power – the case of Sweden

Xiaoming Kan, Fredrik Hedenus, Lina Reichenberg
Energy. Vol. 195
Journal article

Download publication list

You can download this list to your computer.

Filter and download publication list

As logged in user (Chalmers employee) you find more export functions in MyResearch.

You may also import these directly to Zotero or Mendeley by using a browser plugin. These are found herer:

Zotero Connector
Mendeley Web Importer

The service SwePub offers export of contents from Research in other formats, such as Harvard and Oxford in .RIS, BibTex and RefWorks format.

There are no projects.
There might be more projects where Xiaoming Kan participates, but you have to be logged in as a Chalmers employee to see them.