Chief economist, CSIRO energy, CSIRO

Mr Graham is Chief Economist for CSIRO Energy which is looking at enhancing the value of our energy sector and reducing its contribution to greenhouse gas emissions.

In this role he is responsible for advice on the global and national economic context relevant for the energy sector, setting the strategic direction for economic and social science research and leading major projects. Mr Graham has been with CSIRO for 15 years and prior to that was a senior research officer at the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics. He developed and led the landmark Future Grid Forum project in 2013 which included working closely with a wide range of Australia’s leading generators, networks, retailers, regulators, NGOs and key federal and state government departments.

Experience

  • 2000–present
    Chief Economist, Energy, CSIRO

Education

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    University of Newcastle, Bachelor of Economics with Honours