Rohan Harris (Senior Principal Consultant)
Rohan Harris is an economist who has worked in the energy, water and consulting industries for more than 17 years. Rohan has significant experience in the areas of: tariff design; regulatory strategy and analysis; cost benefit analysis; energy and water policy; metering policy and regulatory issues; and gas, electricity and water demand forecasting.
Rohan has worked at Oakley Greenwood for the last 6 years. In that time, he has advised numerous regulated electricity, gas and water businesses, policymakers and industry associations, including, but not limited to: SP AusNet, United Energy, Multinet, Jemena, Citipower, Powercor, the Victorian Electricity Distribution Businesses, ActewAGL, esaa, Energy Networks Association, Department of Sustainability and Environment, South East Water, Yarra Valley Water, IPART, Southern Rural Water, ElectraNet, Queensland Urban Utilities, Ausgrid, China Light and Power (Hong Kong), Australian Energy Council, Sarawak Energy Berhad and Tenaga National Berhad (Malaysia), Energy Australia, Origin Energy and AGL.
Prior to working at Oakley Greenwood, Rohan was the Principal Economist at SP AusNet. There, Rohan’s primary role was to lead the development of numerous aspects of SP AusNet’s 2011-2015 Electricity Distribution Pricing Submission.
Prior to joining SP AusNet, Rohan was an Associate Director at consulting firm SAHA International.
Before joining SAHA, Rohan worked at South East Water for 7 years, including as Manager, Economic Regulation. Here, Rohan led both the strategic development, writing and modelling of South East Water’s first regulatory submission.
2010 – present - Principal Consultant, Oakley Greenwood Pty Ltd
2009 – 2010 - Principal Economist, SP AusNet Pty Ltd
2006 – 2009 - Associate Director, SAHA International
1999 – 2006 - Manager - Economic Regulation, South East Water