Adeleye Adetunji

MSc.

Doctoral student

Biography

Adeleye Adetunji is a PhD candidate at the Water, Energy and Environmental Engineering (WE3) research unit, University of Oulu, Finland. He obtained his M.Sc. Degree in Economics from the Oulu Business School (OBS) in 2018 with his work on the examination of the impact of economic growth on environmental quality. Due to his interests in smart grids and energy transition to a decentralized energy system he pursued a doctoral research in Energy economics. His doctoral thesis investigates the value of flexibility in the Finnish energy system by evaluating the socio-economic and environmental impacts of demand response. Adeleye is a graduate student member of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (AERE) and an Associate member of the Institute of Strategic Management of Nigeria (ISMN).

Research interests

  • Energy policy
  • Smart energy systems
  • Energy system modeling
  • Demand response
  • Renewable energies integration
  • Electricity markets

Teaching

Energy Systems Engineering( 488507S)

  • Electricity pricing, Energy Returns on Investment (EROI)

Smart Grid 1(488501S): Integrating Renewable Energy Sources

  • Economics of large-scale variable renewables energy integration

Smart Grid II (488502S): Smart buildings/Smart customers in smart grids

  • Flexibility services for households

Smart Grid 3 (488503S): Smart Energy Networks

  • Sharing economy for smart grids

Social media

Professional and community activities

  • Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (AERE)

Research groups

  • Energy and Environmental Engineering Research Group