Tristan Edis joins Green Energy Markets team

05 Feb 2016

Green Energy Markets is pleased to announce that Tristan Edis, who many will already know from his prior role as the Editor of Climate Spectator, will be joining the organisation as Director – Analysis and Advisory.

Since its establishment, Green Energy Markets has prided itself on aiding clients’ decision making by providing high quality research and advice on the clean energy sector and associated carbon abatement policies and markets.

Tristan has amassed a wealth of experience in these areas through working at the think tank the Grattan Institute, the Australian Government’s Greenhouse Office, the Clean Energy Council, and Ernst & Young’s Project Finance division. It is complemented by commercial acumen gained as a management consultant within accounting professional services firms in his early career.

Ric Brazzale, CEO of Green Energy Markets, noted, “Tristan’s strong understanding of the commercial and policy issues surrounding Australia’s energy sector is self-evident from his extensive written commentary and analysis on these topics within Climate Spectator and Business Spectator.”

Brazzale added, “It is also apparent by the fact that he is regularly sought out by a range of media outlets that have come to value his incisive and often brutally forthright commentary on Australia’s energy sector and climate mitigation policy.”

The clean energy sector has faced some challenging circumstances in recent times but opportunities are now opening up once again. The addition of Tristan Edis to the team means Green Energy Markets is able to expand its services to clients in line with these emerging opportunities.

Note: Tristan Edis’ written commentary, analysis and news stories for Climate and Business Spectator can be viewed at:


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