Zack Norwood

Forskare at Chalmers, Architecture and Civil Engineering, Building Technology

Zack Norwood specializes in energy systems research related to renewable energy and building energy efficiency. His projects at Chalmers include modeling future pathways for energy and resource consumption in buildings on campus, solar power in the future European electricity grid, and passive house renovations with building integrated photovoltaics (BIPV). Results of this research can be used by policy makers, architects, engineers and researchers in transitioning to a more sustainable society. Zack is an alum of the Energy and Resources Group at the University of California, Berkeley and also holds degrees in electrical and mechanical engineering.




Transforming building energy and resource use on campus

Zack Norwood Building Technology
Filip Johnsson Energy Technology
Holger Wallbaum Building Technology
Marina Papatriantafilou Networks and Systems (Chalmers)

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Exploring the potential of a hybrid device combining solar water heating and molecular solar thermal energy storage

Kasper Moth-Poulsen, Anna Roffey, Zack Norwood et al
Energy and Environmental Sciences. Vol. 10 (3), p. 728-734
Journal article

Step-by-step deep retrofit and building integrated façade/roof on a 'million program' house

Archer Dan-Eric, Ingo Theoboldt, Zack Norwood
Paper in proceedings

Teknologier för förnyelsebar elproduktion

Zack Norwood, Ola Carlson, Emil Nyholm et al
Perspektiv på förnybar el 2014, p. 12-13
Chapter in monograph, book

Harnessing energy flows: technologies for renewable power production

Emil Nyholm, Ola Carlson, Zack Norwood et al
Systems Perspectives on Renewable Power 2014, p. 32-45
Chapter in monograph, book

A Geospatial Comparison of Distributed Solar Heat and Power in Europe and the US

Filip Johnsson, Emil Nyholm, Zack Norwood et al
PLoS ONE. Vol. 9 (12)
Journal article

Testing of the Katrix rotary lobe expander for distributed concentrating solar combined heat and power systems

Daniel Kammen, Zack Norwood, Robert Dibble
Energy Science & Engineering
Journal article