The University of Sydney Law School
Dr Penelope Crossley is recognised internationally as a leading research scholar in applied and theoretical renewable energy law. In particular, her research focuses on the fields of international and comparative renewable energy and energy storage law, electricity market governance, the reform of Australia’s National Electricity Law, and implementing international best practice in terms of market design, law and governance within the energy sector. She specialises in finding consumer-orientated commercial solutions to the complex legal issues associated with the transformation of electricity sectors. Penny also has practical expertise in this area having practised, in London and Beijing, at a leading international law firm and working as in-house counsel for a global energy company advising on issues related to renewable energy, emerging consumer markets and the integration of new technologies.