Morgan D. Bazilian

Morgan D. Bazilian
Deputy Director, Joint Institute for Strategic Energy Analysis (JISEA)

Morgan Bazilian has two decades of experience in the energy sector - and is regarded as a leading expert in international policy. He has worked as a research scientist, policy-maker, and analyst in commercial, academic and government settings in the developed and developing world. His work has ranged from fiscal policy, to systems analysis, to infrastructure investment, to market regulation and governance in all areas of energy policy from upstream oil and gas to the operation of power systems.

Dr. Bazilian is currently the Deputy Director of the Joint Institute for Strategic Energy Analysis (JISEA). The Institute conducts leading-edge interdisciplinary research and provides objective and credible data, tools, and analysis to guide global energy investment and policy decisions. He is also a Senior Research Fellow at the Global Green Growth Institute.

Previously, Dr. Bazilian was the Special Advisor to the Director-General of UNIDO on international energy policy. In this role he was deeply engaged with the design and implementation of the United Nations Sustainable Energy for All initiative, and managed UN-Energy. UN-Energy is the UN’s interagency mechanism on all energy issues.

He holds academic affiliations at Cambridge University, Columbia University, IIASA, and KTH Sweden.

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