Liam is an economist with a focus on energy, water and urban economics. Within and across these fields Liam has applied economics to provide modelling, research and analytical expertise to a variety of clients including government, private and regulated utilities, and industry and advocacy groups.
Within the energy space, Liam regularly undertakes energy market modelling and forecasting as well as advising on retail price regulation and energy market reform and restructuring. He has a focus on gas markets and on a range of hydrogen projects, including use of the Frontier Economics proprietary Energy42 model. Liam has also assisted in developing and undertaking numerous economic evaluations, cost-benefits analyses and business cases across the water and energy sectors in line with best practice and State and Commonwealth guidelines.
Liam has a Bachelor of Economics from the University of Sydney where his studies and research focused on environmental and energy economics. He is completing a Master of Economic Analysis at the University of Sydney and has completed a micro-econometric research dissertation relating to the determinants of residential solar PV adoption in Australia.
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