Alex brings hands-on experience of energy markets and offers valuable insights into the intersection between engineering and economics. Initially a simulation and process control engineer in the power and gas industries, Alex retrained as an economist in order to engage with energy market economics and policy.
At Frontier Economics, Alex specialises in energy market modelling, power generation and software development and is experienced in using data analytics and statistical and economic techniques to assist our clients.
In his previous role as a Simulation and Process Control Engineer, Alex was predominantly responsible for the development of automated computer systems that monitor and control the processes of a power plant. In addition, he developed software that accurately models the processes of a power plant in order to train operators and commission control systems.
Alex joined Frontier Economics in 2016 after having completed a Masters of Economic Analysis at Sydney University with first class honours.