My PhD is investigating the mandatory use of prepaid electricity in remote First Nations communities in Australia in the context of energy system transition and climate change. My supervisors are Dr Rebecca Colvin (Crawford School), Dr Lee White (School of Regulation & Global Governance), Professor Quentin Grafton (Crawford School) and Dr Francis Markham (Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research).
Riley, B, White, LV, Wilson, S, Klerck, M, Napaltjari-Davis, V, Quilty, S, Longden, T, Jupurrurla, NF & Harrington, M 2023, ‘Disconnected during disruption: Energy insecurity of Indigenous Australian prepay customers during the COVID-19 pandemic’, Energy research & social science, vol. 99, p. 103049.
Scholarships and fellowships
Australian Government Research Training Program (AGRTP) Scholarship
I have 10 years’ prior experience as a lawyer. Most recently I have been working as part of an interdisciplinary research team at the ANU focusing on energy insecurity and related issues in the energy transition. I have existing and growing expertise in energy justice issues, particularly for remote First Nations communities. In 2022, I was awarded the ANU College of Asia & the Pacific’s Garnaut Prize for highest achievement in the Master of Climate Change.
Crawford School of Public Policy
ANU College of Asia & the Pacific
J.G. Crawford Building No. 132
The Australian National University
Canberra ACT 2601 Australia