Murray Thomson
Murray Thomson
Reader in Electrical Networks and Systems, Loughborough University
Verified email at lboro.ac.uk
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Domestic electricity use: A high-resolution energy demand model
I Richardson, M Thomson, D Infield, C Clifford
Energy and buildings 42 (10), 1878-1887, 2010
10372010
A high-resolution domestic building occupancy model for energy demand simulations
I Richardson, M Thomson, D Infield
Energy and buildings 40 (8), 1560-1566, 2008
6002008
Impact of widespread photovoltaics generation on distribution systems
M Thomson, DG Infield
IET Renewable Power Generation 1 (1), 33-40, 2007
4452007
Smart meter data: Balancing consumer privacy concerns with legitimate applications
E McKenna, I Richardson, M Thomson
Energy Policy 41, 807-814, 2012
3382012
Network power-flow analysis for a high penetration of distributed generation
M Thomson, DG Infield
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems 22 (3), 1157-1162, 2007
2332007
Domestic lighting: A high-resolution energy demand model
I Richardson, M Thomson, D Infield, A Delahunty
Energy and Buildings 41 (7), 781-789, 2009
2162009
A photovoltaic-powered seawater reverse-osmosis system without batteries
M Thomson, D Infield
Desalination 153 (1-3), 1-8, 2003
1932003
High-resolution stochastic integrated thermal–electrical domestic demand model
E McKenna, M Thomson
Applied Energy 165, 445-461, 2016
1872016
The evolution of electricity demand and the role for demand side participation, in buildings and transport
J Barton, S Huang, D Infield, M Leach, D Ogunkunle, J Torriti, M Thomson
Energy Policy 52, 85-102, 2013
1582013
Electrical integration of renewable energy into stand-alone power supplies incorporating hydrogen storage
M Little, M Thomson, D Infield
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 32 (10-11), 1582-1588, 2007
1542007
Economic and environmental impact of lead-acid batteries in grid-connected domestic PV systems
E McKenna, M McManus, S Cooper, M Thomson
Applied energy 104, 239-249, 2013
1252013
A small-scale seawater reverse-osmosis system with excellent energy efficiency over a wide operating range
M Thomson, MS Miranda, D Infield
Desalination 153 (1-3), 229-236, 2003
1072003
Reverse-osmosis desalination of seawater powered by photovoltaics without batteries
M Thomson
Loughborough University, 2003
1062003
Four-state domestic building occupancy model for energy demand simulations
E McKenna, M Krawczynski, M Thomson
Energy and Buildings 96, 30-39, 2015
862015
Laboratory demonstration of a photovoltaic-powered seawater reverse-osmosis system without batteries
M Thomson, D Infield
Desalination 183 (1-3), 105-111, 2005
842005
Automatic voltage control relays and embedded generation
M Thomson
Power Engineering Journal 14 (2), 71-76, 2000
792000
Domestic electricity demand model-simulation example
I Richardson, M Thomson
772010
“For the times they are a-changin”: the impact of shifting energy-use practices in time and space
S Higginson, M Thomson, T Bhamra
Local Environment 19 (5), 520-538, 2014
762014
Assessing heat pumps as flexible load
J Hong, NJ Kelly, I Richardson, M Thomson
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part A: Journal of …, 2013
712013
Integrated simulation of photovoltaic micro-generation and domestic electricity demand: a one-minute resolution open-source model
I Richardson, M Thomson
proceedings of the institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part A: Journal of …, 2013
652013
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