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Professor Tooraj Jamasb, BBA, MEM, M.S., M.Sc, PhD (Cantab)

Professor in Energy Economics in the Business School
Telephone: +44 (0) 191 33 45463
Fax: +44 (0) 191 33 45201
Room number: MHL 145
DEI Co-Director in the Durham Energy Institute

Contact Professor Tooraj Jamasb (email at tooraj.jamasb@durham.ac.uk)

Biography

Professor Jamasb is Chair in Energy Economics. He has previously held a post as SIRE Chair in Energy Economics, Heriot-Watt University and was Senior Research Associate, University of Cambridge.

He is a Research Associate at Energy Policy Research Group (University of Cambridge); Centre for Energy and Environmental Policy Research (Massachusetts Institute of Technology); and Oviedo Efficiency Group (University of Oviedo). He is a member of the academic advisory panel of the Northern Ireland Utility Regulator (UREGNI).

Professor Jamasb has participated on research and consulting projects for the Council of European Energy Regulators, several European energy regulators, energy companies, Ofgem, Department of Energy and Climate Change, and The World Bank. He is co-editor of the inter-disciplinary books The Future of Electricity Demand: Customers, Citizens and Loads, 2011; Delivering a Low-Carbon Electricity System, 2008; and Future Electricity Technologies and Systems, 2006; all published by Cambridge University Press. In addition, Associate Editor of the Energy Strategy Reviews Journal.

Working papers

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Mini Biography

Professor Jamasb is Chair in Energy Economics. He has previously held a post as SIRE Chair in Energy Economics, Heriot-Watt University and was Senior Research Associate, University of Cambridge.

Research Groups

Business School

Durham Energy Institute

Research Interests

  • Energy sector reform and market liberalisation
  • Energy networks
  • Regulatory economics
  • Energy policy
  • Energy demand
  • Energy in developing countries
  • Energy technology and innovation

Publications

Supervises