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Senior Research Fellow, CAEEPR, Griffith University

Dr Phillip Wild has a PhD from the University of Queensland specialising in the field of macro-economic modelling. His main area of research since 2009 has been in Energy Economics with a particular focus on wholesale electricity market modelling of the Australian National Electricity Market (NEM), integration of variable renewables (e.g. wind, solar PV, hybrid gas-solar thermal), levelized cost modelling, the role that renewable hydrogen might play in decarbonisation pathways and network balancing, energy policy issues linked to these research topics, agent based modelling and econometric modelling of National Energy Market (NEM) spot price and load time series data.


  • 2021–2023
    Senior Research Fellow, Centre for Applied Energy Economics and Policy Research, Griffith University