Prof. Hongjuan Hou, North China Electric Power University
Hongjuan Hou is a professor of State Key Laboratory of Alternate Electrical Power System with Renewable Energy Sources (NCEPU). Prof. The main research focused on the solar thermal utilization, energy saving of thermal system, system integration and optimization. Besides, she is also a member of the Expert Committee of Solar thermal power generation of Chinese Society of Electrical Engineering, and a member of standardization expert group of China solar thermal Alliance.
In recent years, she has been actively engaged in several national projects, including National High Technology Research and Development Program of China ("863" Program), the National Basic Research Program of China ("973" Program), National Natural Science Fund of China, international cooperation project and several other projects funded by energy enterprises.
1.Project of China National Key R&D Program: Zero-Carbon District Combined Heating and Power System Based on Biomass and Solar Energy Complementation
2.Project of Beijing Natural Science Foundation: Study on the system coupling and coordinated operation mechanism of the solar aided combined heat and power system to improve the consumption of renewable power
3.Project of National High Technology Research and Development Program of China (“863” Program): Research on integration and evaluation method of solar aided conventional fuel-fired power system
4.Project of National Natural Science Fund of China: Dynamic thermal performance research of solar thermal complementary coal-fired power generation system
5.Project of enterprise commission: The key technology of integrated energy network construction—simulation research of cooling, heating and power system with complementary multi-energy
6.Project of enterprise commission: Micro-energy net optimization, integration technology and business model research—micro-energy net optimization and integration technology research
7.Project of enterprise commission : Present situation and model of distributed photovoltaic in situ consumption
8.Project of enterprise commission : Feasibility study of medium and low maturity continental shale oil recovery by solar thermal energy