Peter Lund
Department of Applied Physics

Peter Lund

Professor

Contact information

Postal address
Puumiehenkuja 2, 02150 Espoo
Mobile phone
+358405150144
Full researcher profile
https://research.aalto.fi/...

Description

Research interest in future and multidisciplinary energy issues: energy transition, smart urban energy, nanoenergy.

Keywords: Large-scale VRE; nano in solar & fuel cells; distributed & urban systems; flexibility; modelling; innovation strategies; market penetration & diffusion; policy effectiveness & impact

Areas of expertise

New Energy Technologies Renewable energy Nanotechnology Sustainable energy policy Energy innovations Fuel cells Solar cells Market transformation Technology diffusion

Honors and awards

Award or honor granted for academic career
Department of Applied Physics
Jan 2008

Fortumin säätiön tunnustuspalkinto Fortumin säätiö, Finland

Award or honor granted for a specific work
Department of Applied Physics
Jan 2014

Best Paper Award Best Paper Award at World Society of Sustainable Energy Technologies, Geneva, 2014; together with J. Lindgren.

Award or honor granted for academic career
Department of Applied Physics
Jan 2016

Finnish Solar Industry Life-work Award

Award or honor granted for academic career
Department of Applied Physics
Jan 2004

Ympäristöpalkinto Suomen Luonnonsujeluliitto, Finland

Award or honor granted for a specific work
Department of Applied Physics
Jan 2006

Lyceum Award of Pori City

Award or honor granted for a specific work
Department of Applied Physics
Jan 1991

ISES Löf-Duffie Award

Award or honor granted for a specific work
Department of Applied Physics
Jan 2014

Finnish Nature League Award

Award or honor granted for academic career
Department of Applied Physics
Apr 2016

Jinling Friendship Award Contribution to Nanjing social and economic development and cooperation.

Award or honor granted for a specific work
Department of Applied Physics
Aug 2018

World Society of Sustainable Energy Technologies Innovation Awards 2018 (Power Generation Technologies)

Award or honor granted for a specific work
New Energy Technologies
Jul 2017

Poster Recognition Award (Nanoenergy 2017)

Publications

School services, SCI, New Energy Technologies, Department of Applied Physics

Different flexibility options for better system integration of wind power

Publishing year: 2019 Energy Strategy Reviews
New Energy Technologies, Department of Applied Physics

A facile method to produce TiO2 nanorods for high-efficiency dye solar cells

Publishing year: 2019 Journal of Power Sources
Department of Applied Physics, New Energy Technologies

Energy integration and interaction between buildings and vehicles

Publishing year: 2019 Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews
Department of Applied Physics, New Energy Technologies

Influence of titanium dioxide surface activation on the performance of mesoscopic perovskite solar cells

Publishing year: 2019 Thin Solid Films
New Energy Technologies, Department of Applied Physics

Modelling and performance evaluation of an integrated receiver-storage for concentrating solar power beam-down system under heterogeneous radiative conditions

Publishing year: 2019 Solar Energy
New Energy Technologies, Department of Applied Physics

High performance integrated receiver-storage system for concentrating solar power beam-down system

Publishing year: 2019 Solar Energy
New Energy Technologies, Department of Applied Physics, Department of Bioproducts and Biosystems, Bio-based Colloids and Materials

Nanocellulose and Nanochitin Cryogels Improve the Efficiency of Dye Solar Cells

Publishing year: 2019 ACS Sustainable Chemistry and Engineering
Department of Applied Physics, New Energy Technologies

Progress on electrolytes development in dye-sensitized solar cells

Publishing year: 2019 Materials
Department of Applied Physics, New Energy Technologies

Electrochemical mechanisms of an advanced low-temperature fuel cell with a SrTiO 3 electrolyte

Publishing year: 2019 Journal of Materials Chemistry A
New Energy Technologies, Department of Applied Physics

Review of modelling energy transitions pathways with application to energy system flexibility

Publishing year: 2019 Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews