Nathan Williams
Nathan Williams
Assistant Professor, Golisano Institute for Sustainability, Rochester Institute of Technology
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Enabling private sector investment in microgrid-based rural electrification in developing countries: A review
NJ Williams, P Jaramillo, J Taneja, TS Ustun
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 52, 1268-1281, 2015
1542015
Institutional influence on power sector investments: a case study of on-and off-grid energy in Kenya and Tanzania
B Sergi, M Babcock, NJ Williams, J Thornburg, A Loew, RE Ciez
Energy Research & Social Science 41, 59-70, 2018
282018
An investment risk assessment of microgrid utilities for rural electrification using the stochastic techno-economic microgrid model: A case study in Rwanda
NJ Williams, P Jaramillo, J Taneja
Energy for Sustainable Development 42, 87-96, 2018
242018
Load characteristics of East African microgrids
NJ Williams, P Jaramillo, B Cornell, I Lyons-Galante, E Wynn
2017 IEEE PES PowerAfrica, 236-241, 2017
212017
PV-array sizing in hybrid diesel/PV/battery microgrids under uncertainty
NJ Williams, P Jaramillo, J Taneja
2016 IEEE PES PowerAfrica, 189-193, 2016
132016
Monitoring solar home systems with pulse width modulation charge control
NJ Williams, EE van Dyk, FJ Vorster
Journal of solar energy engineering 133 (2), 2011
112011
Electricity Consumption and Load Profile Segmentation Analysis for Rural Micro Grid Customers in Tanzania
NJ Williams, P Jaramillo, K Campbell, B Musanga, I Lyons-Galante
2018 IEEE PES/IAS PowerAfrica, 360-365, 2018
92018
A retrospective analysis of the market price response to distributed photovoltaic generation in California
MT Craig, P Jaramillo, BM Hodge, NJ Williams, E Severnini
Energy Policy 121, 394-403, 2018
72018
Forecasting energy demand for microgrids over multiple horizons
F Otieno, N Williams, P McSharry
2018 IEEE PES/IAS PowerAfrica, 457-462, 2018
22018
Microgrid Utilities for Rural Electrification in East Africa: Challenges and Opportunities
NJ Williams
Carnegie Mellon University, 2017
22017
The Durban Solar City Framework as a case study for small scale embedded generators
D Morgan, A Marshal, N Williams, W Hove
24th Association of Municipal Electricities Utilities of Southern Africa …, 2013
22013
On the design and monitoring of photovoltaic systems for rural homes
NJ Williams
22011
Load Profile Prediction Using Customer Characteristics
E Yoder, NJ Williams
2020 IEEE PES/IAS PowerAfrica, 1-5, 2020
12020
Survey Use in Micro-Grid Load Prediction, Project Development, and Operations: Review and Best Practices
N Williams, SS Booth, EI Baring-Gould
National Renewable Energy Lab.(NREL), Golden, CO (United States), 2019
12019
Customer Segmentation for East African Microgrid Consumers
B Otieno, NJ Williams, P McSharry
2018 IEEE PES/IAS PowerAfrica, 468-473, 2018
12018
Predicting initial electricity demand in off-grid Tanzanian communities using customer survey data and machine learning models
A Allee, NJ Williams, A Davis, P Jaramillo
Energy for Sustainable Development 62, 56-66, 2021
2021
Building the supply of demand: Experiments in mini-grid demand stimulation
J Lukuyu, R Fetter, PP Krishnapriya, N Williams, J Taneja
Development Engineering 6, 100058, 2021
2021
Air pollution in Kigali, Rwanda: spatial and temporal variability, source contributions, and the impact of car-free Sundays
R Subramanian, AS Kagabo, V Baharane, S Guhirwa, C Sindayigaya, ...
Clean Air Journal 30 (2), 2020
2020
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