Bruce is the inaugural Director of the Victoria Energy Policy Centre. He is a well-known Australian energy economist whose research and advisory work has focussed on the economic regulation of network monopolies, the analysis of retail energy markets, and the design of emission reduction and renewable energy policies. Bruce has been a long-standing advisor to governments, regulators, market participants and interest groups in Australia and internationally. His PhD from Victoria University was on the political economy of energy regulation in Australia, and he has a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Cape Town and qualified as a Chartered Management Accountant in England.
Ben is a data science professional with an MA in mathematics from the University of Cambridge and a graduate diploma in financial mathematics from Kings College, London. Ben has worked as an actuarial technician, a researcher, a software engineer and (most recently) as a data scientist in England and Australia.
Siobhan has a business background and received her Diploma in Business in 2011. Siobhan has worked in administration roles, engaging with a range of stakeholders within the Education sector. Prior to this she has also worked at The University of Melbourne as a Research Assistant.