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Dr

Glen Currie

Senior Tutor
Infrastructure Engineering
Curriculum Design
Planning and Strategy
Student Engagement
Distribution Systems
Consumer Roles
Demand Response
Renewable Energy
Solar Photo-voltaics
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Dr

Glen Currie

 
Division
Engineering
 
Primary Interest
STEM teaching and learning
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Dr

Glen Currie

 

Victorian based business manager with experience in 44 countries. A Fellow of the Australian Institute of Energy and active in the energy industry from electricity generation to retail including commercialization of new technologies.Over 20 years’ experience strategically planning and leading transformations of companies.

At Caterpillar, Glen was a Senior Consultant in the Service Department technology program for dealers in Europe, Asia and Australia. Led business for CSIRO Energy and became passionate about the energy transition. Next, started up solar and energy technology businesses and recent PhD in Consumer Roles in the Future Electricity System.Glen leads complex problem solving, quickly marshalling teams to respond to changing circumstances. His mandates in previous roles included helping to “fix” the commercial process and associated systems within CSIRO Energy and his PhD has been under the supervision of leading Professors Colin Duffield, Robin Evans and Iven Mareels.Specialties: energy, solar, and the energy transition.

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Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2018

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Sir Louis Matheson Prize

2005

FAIE - Fellow of the Australian Institute of Energy


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Awards

Credentials

Positions


Senior Tutor

Infrastructure Engineering

Casual

Infrastructure Engineering

President

University of Melbourne Sailing Club

Vice Commodore

Albert Park Yacht Club

Fellow

Australian Institute of Energy

Education


PhD Electrical Engineering

University of Melbourne

Master of Business

University of New England

Bachelor of Agricultural Engineering

University of Melbourne