Zsuzsanna Csereklyei is a Research Fellow at the ANU Crawford School of Public Policy, focusing on economics, energy transitions, electricity markets and on the adoption of efficient technologies. She is also boldly going where no economist has gone before, as part of an interdisciplinary team looking at the technical and economic feasibility of space asteroid mining.
Zsuzsanna’s work includes publications in the Energy Journal, Energy Economics, Ecological Economics, and Energy Policy. Her current research includes several projects in the field of energy transitions in the EU, including energy profile forecasting, the drivers of electricity investment choices in the US, as well as the diffusion of energy efficient transport technologies.
Zsuzsanna has taught several courses in Macroeconomics (WU Vienna), Energy Policy, Political Economy (LMU Munich) and been awarded the Award of Excellence for her thesis by the Austrian Ministry of Science and Research, given for the best dissertations in the country.
Media Pieces and Public Outreach
United States Department of Energy (DOE), Energy Information Administration: invited department speaker on Energy Modelling, October 2015, Washington DC, USA.
Watts Radio (USA), Interview on Energy Transitions,
Energy and Resource Economics
Energy Transitions, Electricity Markets
Economics of Asteroid Mining