Dr. Tony Gee
Anthony Gee received the BSc degree in Cybernetics and Control Engineering from the University of Reading. He has worked in industry as an electrical engineer specialising in renewable energy systems, voltage regulation and in battery energy storage. He completed his PhD degree at the University of Bath in 2012. He has completed a research project on track-side flywheel energy storage in conjunction with Williams Formula One. He is currently a research assistant working on superconducting energy storage at the University of Bath. His research interests are energy storage systems, power electronics, renewable energy and railway systems.