Dylan McConnell is PhD candidate at the Australian-German Climate and has worked with the Melbourne Energy Institute for six years.
Dylan has a detailed understanding of the Australian National Electricity Market and the cost structure of energy technologies. He has developed analytical and modelling capability to understand the effect of distributed solar photovoltaic, centralised renewable and storage technologies on the electricity system and electricity prices.
PhD Candidate, University of Melbourne
Research Fellow, University of Melbourne
University of Melbourne, Bachelor Engineering (Chemical)
University of Melbourne, Bachelor of Science (Chemistry)
Environmental norms and electricity supply: an analysis of normative change and household solar PV in Australia, Environmental Sociology
Five Years of Declining Annual Consumption of Grid-Supplied Electricity in Eastern Australia: Causes and Consequences, The Electricity Journal
Estimating the value of electricity storage in an energy-only wholesale market, Applied Energy
Retrospective modeling of the merit-order effect on wholesale electricity prices from distributed photovoltaic generation in the Australian National Electricity Market, Journal of Energy Policy