Principal and Funded Investigators

Eleanor Denny

Associate Professor
Email: dennye@tcd.ie


Biography:  Eleanor Denny holds a BA in Economics and Mathematics and an MBS in Quantitative Finance from University College Dublin. Following completion of her MBS, Eleanor worked as a power and energy financial analyst in the project finance department of KBC bank before commencing her PhD on the costs and benefits of wind generation.

Eleanor is an Associate Professor of Economics at Trinity College Dublin (www.tcd.ie/economics/staff).  She was a visiting scholar at the Harvard Environmental Economics Programme for the academic year 2014/2015. She has over 50 peer-reviewed publications and a h-index of 14.  She was awarded the inaugural European award for Excellence in Teaching in the Arts and Humanities in 2012 and a Provost Teaching award in 2010. She is Director of the Trinity Social Science Research Centre (launching in September 2015) and her research interests are in the areas of energy policy, behavioural economics, renewable energy integration, flexible demand, and power system operation.

Check Eleanor's blog post about online store promo codes



Publications


Electricity Prices and Generator Behaviour in Gross Pool Electricity Markets

O’Mahoney, Amy and Denny, Eleanor,
Journal Paper Energy Policy (Volume: 63) published on 01/08/2011

The Viability of Balancing Wind Generation with Large Scale Energy Storage

B. Nyamdash, Student Member IEEE, E. Denny, Member IEEE and M. O’Malley, Fellow IEE,
Journal Paper Energy Policy published on 01/11/2010

Base-Load Cycling on a System with Significant Wind Penetration

Troy, N., Denny, E., O'Malley, M.J.,
Journal Paper IEEE Transactions on Power Systems published on 02/05/2010

Evaluating which forms of flexibility most effectively reduce base-load cycling at large wind penetrations

Niamh Troy, Eleanor Denny and Mark O’Malley,
Conference Paper Bremen, Germany published on 14/10/2009

Operational and Policy Issues in Carbon Constrained Power Systems

Aidan Tuohy,
PhD Theses published on 01/09/2009

Building a Sustainable Energy Future:Supply and Demand Options

Eleanor Denny, Mark O’Malley,
Conference Paper Pittsburgh, PA published on 20/07/2008

Benefits of Stochastic Scheduling for Power Systems with Significant Installed Wind Power

Aidan Tuohy, Peter Meibom, Eleanor Denny, Mark O’Malley,
Conference Paper Rincon, Puerto Rico published on 25/05/2008

Allocation of System Reserve Based on StandardDeviation of Wind Forecast Error

Aidan Tuohy, Eleanor Denny, Mark O’Malley,
Conference Paper Denmark, Nov. 2007 published on 01/11/2007

A Cost Benefit Analysis of Tidal Generation

Eleanor Denny and Mark O’Malley,
Conference Paper Florence published on 01/07/2007

A Cost Benefit Analysis of Wind Power

Eleanor Denny,
PhD Theses published on 19/01/2007

Wind Generation, Power System Operation and Emissions Reduction

Eleanor Denny, Mark O’Malley,
Journal Paper IEEE Transactions on Power Systems published on 01/02/2006

A Quantitative Analysis of the Net Benefits of Grid Integrated Wind

Eleanor Denny, Garth Bryans, John Fitz Gerald, Mark O’Malley,
Conference Paper Montreal published on 01/01/2006

Impact of wind generation on emissions under alternative power system operation approaches

E.Denny, M. O’Malley,
Conference Paper Cork published on 07/09/2005

System Operation with a Significant Wind Power Penetration

Ronan Doherty, Member, IEEE, Eleanor Denny, and Mark O’Malley, Senior Member, IEEE,
Conference Paper 6-10 June 2004 published on 10/07/2004

Challenges of Increased Wind Energy Penetration in Ireland

Morgan Bazilian, Eleanor Denny, Mark O’Malley,
Journal Paper Wind Engineering Journal published on 01/01/2004

The Viability of Balancing Wind Generation with Storage

C. Feeley, A.G. Bryans, Member, IEEE, B. Nyamdash, E. Denny, Member, IEEE and M. O’Malley, Fellow , IEEE,
Conference Paper Pittsburgh, PA - 20-24 Jul. 2008 published on