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- Research Associate
- UCL Australia
- Faculty of Engineering Science
Michel Berthélemy joined UCL International Energy Policy Institute as a post doctoral research associate in October 2013 and is based in Adelaide, Australia. His research interests deal with the economics of nuclear power, the regulation of the nuclear industry and the competitiveness of electricity markets. Ongoing research projects include the economics of nuclear fuel leasing and the analysis of market power on the Australian electricity market (NEM).
In addition to his academic research, Michel has been involved in the past in consultancy work for energy utilities on the international market for nuclear new build and has published a number of blog articles on www.energypolicyblog.com.
Michel currently serves as a Future Energy Leader at the World Energy Council and was a visiting scholar at the Energy Policy Research Group (EPRG, University of Cambridge). Prior to starting his PhD, he worked as a summer intern at the OECD on climate change finance.
He holds a PhD in Economics from Mines ParisTech, France, an MPhil in Environmental and Energy Economics (ParisTech) and an MSc in Economics and Finance (University of Birmingham, UK).
My research interests deal with the economics of nuclear power, the
regulation of the nuclear industry and the competitiveness of
electricity markets. Ongoing research projects include the economics of
nuclear fuel leasing and the analysis of market power in the
Australian electricity market (NEM).
My PhD investigated the economics of nuclear power and in particular the impacts of innovation and industrial organisation (with a focus on the US electricity market restructuring) on nuclear reactors operating performance and construction costs.
I also have a keen interest for the analysis of nuclear new build policies and the regulation of nuclear safety.
|04-OCT-2013 – 03-OCT-2015||Post Doctoral Research Associate||International Energy Policy Institute||UCL Australia, Australia|
|2013||PhD||Doctorat||French Engineering School|
|2010||MRes||Master of Research||University of Paris|
|2009||MSc||Master of Science||University of Birmingham|
|2008||BSc(Econ)||Bachelor of Science (Economics)||Universite Panthéon-Sorbonne (Paris I)|