Reza Fazeli

Grand Challenge Research Fellow

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Decarbonisation of energy systems, energy modeling, climate policy assessment, multi-criteria decision analysis, system dynamics modeling.


Details of Dr Fazeli’s work in the Zero-Carbon Energy for the Asia-Pacific project can be found at the link.

Dr Fazeli’s previous projects have included:

  • Decarbonization scenarios for the Reykjavik’s passenger transport: The combined effects of behavioral changes and technological developments.
  • GIS-based sustainability assessment of electric mobility transitions.
  • Trajectories towards a sustainable energy future in Iceland.
  • Sustainability Assessment of Electro-Mobility Transition in Iceland.


Reza is a Research Fellow at Zero-Carbon Energy for the Asia-Pacific Grand Challenge. He joined the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science in January 2020. He spent the previous 6 years as a Research Analyst and Adjunct lecturer at the University of Iceland, focusing on trajectories towards a sustainable energy systems. His main research interests are energy systems modeling, analysis of energy policies towards decarbonization and Multi-criteria decision analysis for energy planning. He received his PhD in Sustainable Energy systems from University of Porto, MIT-Portugal program. He has an MSc in Energy Systems Engineering from Sharif University of Technology in Tehran, Iran and a BSc in Mechanical Engineering from University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran.

Activities & Awards

Further details of Dr Fazeli’s activities can be found here.

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