Professor (Dr) Mohan Kolhe is with the Faculty of Engineering and Science as full professor in Energy Systems Engineering with focus on Smart Grid and Renewable Energy Systems. He has also received the offer of Hafslund Professorship in Smart Grid from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU).
Prof. Kolhe has more than twenty-five years' academic experience at international level on electrical and renewable energy systems. He is a leading renewable energy technologist and has previously held academic positions at the world's prestigious universities eg University College London (UK / Australia), University of Dundee (UK); University of Jyvaskyla (Finland); and Hydrogen Research Institute, QC (Canada).
Prof. Kolhe was a member of the Government of South Australia's first renewable energy board (2009-2011) and actively contributed on developing renewable energy policies for South Australia.
Prof. Kolhe's academic work range from the smart grid, grid integration of renewable energy systems, energy storage, electrical vehicles, home energy management system, integrated renewable energy systems for hydrogen production, techno-economics of energy systems, solar and wind energy engineering, development of business models for distributed generation.
Prof. Kolhe has been successful in winning research funding from prestigious research councils (eg EU, Norwegian Research Council, EPSRC, BBSRC, Northern Research Partnership Scotland, etc.) for his work on sustainable energy systems. He has published extensively in the area of Energy Systems Engineering. He has been invited by many international organizations for delivering expert lectures / courses / key note addresses.He also has been a member of many academic promotion committees as well as expert member of international research councils.
• Smart Grid and Grid Integration of Renewable Energy Systems
• Demand Side Management, Energy Efficiency and Storage
• Solar Photovoltaic and Wind Energy Systems Engineering
• Electric Vehicles
• Power System Dynamics, Electrical Machines, Energy Conversion and Management
• Energy Economics
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