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Dr Pei-Hao Li
302
Central House, 14 Upper Woburn Place
London
WC1H 0NN
Tel: +44 (0)20 3108 7801
Appointment
  • Research Associate
  • Bartlett School Env, Energy & Resources
  • Faculty of the Built Environment
Biography

Dr. Pei-Hao Li is an experienced TIMES modeller and energy model developer. He has expertise in energy system modelling, water resource management, health impact analysis, linear programming, heuristic algorithm, statistical learning, geographic information system, and computer programming. He has worked on researches and projects in various areas.
  1. Energy Modelling
  • UK TIMES model
  • Taiwan TIMES model
  • Taiwan 2050 Calculator (cooperate with DECC)
  • South East Europe 2050 Calculator: CalculatorGame
  • Model-based MAC Curve with Taiwan TIMES model
  • A genetic algorithm-based optimization module for Taiwan 2050 Calculator
      2. Energy Policy
      3. GHG inventory in islands

      4. Health impact of fossil fuel plants 
  • Impact Pathway Approach
  • AERMOD air quality model
  • Link with TIMES model through a pollution dispersion matrix
      5. Water Resource Management
  • Global climatic factors-based prediction model for water resource(using support vector machine)
  • Optimal siting of water quality monitoring stations in a watershed
      6. Water Distribution Network
  • Statistical analysis-based leakage detection method
  • Optimal pipeline replacement plan for reliability improvement
  • Optimal siting of water meters for failure detection
  • Web-based GIS system for WDS management

Since joining UCL Energy Institute, Dr. Li has devoted to developing innovative modelling approaches to better represent consumer behaviours and technology diffusion in UK TIMES model and also taken the role of UK TIMES gatekeeper who works closely with DECC to maintain the model. 

Before joining UCL Energy Institute, Dr. Li worked at Industrial Technology Research Institute, Taiwan to facilitate Taiwanese government to make energy policies on low-carbon energy developments, such as INDC and long-term energy plan, with Taiwan TIMES model. He developed several national scale energy models including Taiwan TIMES model and Taiwan 2050 Calculator (cooperated with DECC) to provide evidence-based insights for low-carbon development in Taiwan. He also developed low-carbon development plans for two islands in Taiwan based on evidences of GHG inventory and optimization planning models. Those plans had then been approved by Taiwanese government.

Research Themes
Research Summary

Current research activities and interests

  1. Discrete choice model to represent consumer's behaviour of heating technology choice
  2. Demand response
  3. Technology diffusion in UK TIMES
  4. Linking HOPES with UK TIMES
  5. Sector-based Myopic simulation
  6. Extend TIMES modelling abilities

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