Energy Fellow, Grattan Institute
Guy Dundas has more than ten years’ experience in government and consulting, focusing primarily on how Australia’s energy sector will change in response to climate change policy. His past roles include working for the Australian Productivity Commission, the Climate Change Authority, Vivid Economics, ACIL Allen Consulting and various Australian Government departments. Guy has a Master of Environmental and Resource Economics from the Australian National University, and bachelor’s degrees in both Economics and Politics from the University of Adelaide.
Oct 09, 2019 13:47 pm UTC| Insights & Views
More than two years on from the sudden closure of Victorias Hazelwood coal power station, quite a mess remains. It is clear the federal governments market interventions have not worked. Electricity prices are higher and...
This week were exploring the state of nine different policy areas across Australias states, as detailed in Grattan Institutes State Orange Book 2018. Read the other articles in the series here. Energy policy in...