Director, St Baker Energy Innovation Fund   

Trevor-StBakerTrevor has over 50 years experience in the energy industry, including 23 years in planning and leadership roles within NSW and Qld public utilities. 

In 1980 Trevor founded companies which have evolved into ERM Power. For the first 15 years it operated as a successful boutique energy advisory firm. In the late 1990’s it transformed into a private power development company. Since 2006 it has successfully diversified to become an integrated energy company which operates electricity sales, generation and gas businesses. Today ERM Power is well on its way to achieving its aspiration to become the preferred energy supplier to business customers across Australia. 

Trevor plays an active role in the broader energy industry with current positions including Chairman of the National Generators Forum Limited, and non-executive director roles on the boards of Queensland Resources Council Ltd, Master Electricians Australia Limited and Safety Connect Australian Pty Ltd. Trevor is also  founding director of SMR Nuclear Technology Pty Ltd, and is an investor and director of an electric vehicle fast charge developer and energy storage research company, Tritium Pty Ltd. He also co-founded St Baker Wilkes Indigenous Educational Foundation Limited, of which he is the Chairman, and the St. Baker Family Philanthropic Trust.

Events

"Where will the Australian Energy Industry head after the Glasgow Climate Change Conference?"

EPIA brings together a focussed panel discussion with prominent industry leaders chaired and led by Grant King, chair of the University of NSW Energy Institute.

What: "Where will the Australian Energy Industry head after the Glasgow Climate Change Conference?"
When: Wednesday 2 February 2022, 2.30pm - 5.30pm
Where: Sir Stamford at Circular Quay, 93 Macquarie Street, Sydney
Cost: $300 (includes refreshments)
Register: register by clicking here.  

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What's New

Policy Paper 3/21 "Electricity generation and emissions reduction in Australia: we need a coherent policy to foster technology development and investment" (Aug 2021)

Author: Stephen Anthony is the Chief Economist at Macroeconomics Advisor

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Policy Paper 2/21 "The Shell Decision: An International Legal Nightmare for the Energy Industry" (Aug 2021)

Author: Robert Pritchard, Energy Policy Institute of Australia

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Policy Papers

Public Policy Papers: A compendium of Key Points (to August 2021) 

Since May 2013 the Institute has published 29 Public Policy Papers.

pdfClick here to view the compendium of key points.