School of Engineering and IT

Energy Economics and Energy Policy

The MUERI researchers in the Energy Economics and Energy Policy program have expertise in the following areas: sustainable energy policy and programs, including energy efficiency, demand-side management, renewable energy and abatement of greenhouse gas emissions; government energy policy and planning, across all energy forms; energy and climate change mitigation and adaptation.

Key research areas are related to econometric modelling, economic development and Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) modelling, demand forecasting, and discrete choice modelling. One upcoming project is “National Strategies to increase Energy Efficiency along Ningaloo Coast in Western Australia”.

Researchers working on Energy Economics and Energy Policy

Postgraduate Students:

Mahdi Shahnazari Avval (PhD) - Electricity Generation Investments under Policy and Market Uncertainties: A Case Study in Australia