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Dr Mazaher Haji Bashi

Researcher
Integrated Energy Services

Dr. Mazaher Haji Bashi joined IERC in October 2021. His role in IERC is mainly focused on but not limited to studying and developing the energy storage implications in future electricity markets.

Mazaher received his Ph. D and Master degrees in Electrical engineering from the Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, Iran. His Ph. D dissertation was in the field of electricity market design for wind power integrated power systems. He experienced a guess Ph. D research position in the energy technology department, Aalborg University Denmark in 2015. He also served as the chairman of the Regulation and electricity markets technical session in the EEEIC, IEEE conference, Italy section from 2016-2018.

He previously held the position of electricity market monitoring expert, in Iran Grid Management Company for 8 years, where he supervised research projects on developing Security Constraint Unit Commitment, Data mining in Iran electricity market, and engaged with electricity market monitoring responsibilities such as dispute resolution, SCUC optimization problem mitigation, reporting the status of the electricity market to the public and governmental bodies, writing the regulatory instructions, and contributing to electricity market development.

His main research interests are electricity markets, game theory applications, optimization, and regulatory economics.

EPICA

The Department of the Environment, Climate and Communications (DECC) formerly the Department of Communications, Climate Action and the Environment (DCCAE) has tasked the International Energy Research Centre to deliver a series of papers on energy and climate innovation with a view towards informing policy in key strategic areas of energy for Ireland.
Lead: Luciano di Tomassi, Pádraig Lyons, Mazahar Haji-Bashi, Shafi Khadem, Mohamed Balhoul, Brian Norton
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UP-STAIRS

To make the electricity market fit for the future, the Clean Energy Package (CEP) strikes a balance between decisions made at EU, national and local levels. While Member States can choose their own energy mix, it must meet commitments to improve energy efficiency and the take-up of renewables by 2030.
Lead: Andreea Le Cam, Pádraig Lyons
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