Anton Eberhard is a Professor at the University of Cape Town where he directs the Management Programme in Infrastructure Reform and Regulation at the Graduate School of Business.
His research and teaching focuses on the restructuring and the regulation of the electricity and water sectors, investment challenges and linkages to sustainable development including widened access to affordable services and programmes in renewable energy and energy efficiency.
He has worked in the energy sector for more than 25 years and was the founding Director of the Energy and Development Research Centre. He is the foundation member of the Academy of Science in South Africa and serves on a number of Councils and Boards.
He is also a former board member of the National Electricity Regulator of South Africa. Professor has more than 100 peer reviewed publications to his credit and has undertaken numerous assignments (both locally and abroad) for governments, utilities, regulatory authorities, and donor and multi-lateral agencies.
Martin Rodriguez Pardina is currently Chief Economist of Macro Consulting S.A. a consulting firm specialized in economic regulation of utilities. He has experience working as a consultant in regulation and restructuring of public utilities in Latin America, Middle East, Africa, Russia and India.
He has a PhD in Economics from the University of Cambridge and a degree in economics from the University of Cordoba in Argentina.
He has published several articles on utility regulation in international journals and is the co-author of two books published by the World Bank one on resetting price caps and other on regulatory accounting. Until 2001 he held an academic position as Executive Director of the Economic Regulation Research Center at the Universidad Argentina de la Empresa.
MS and PhD in Electrical Engineering from MIT, and Electrical Engineer from Comillas University in Madrid, Spain.
Since 2008 visiting professor at the MIT Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research and Sloan School.
Co-Director of the MIT Low Carbon Center on Electric Power Systems.
Professor and Director of the BP Chair on Sustainable Development at Comillas University, Madrid, Spain, and founder and director for 11 years of its Institute for Research in Technology (IIT).
Professor and Director of Training at the Florence School of Regulation in the European University Institute (Florence, Italy).
Life member of the Spanish Royal Academy of Engineering and Fellow of IEEE. Commissioner at the Spanish Electricity Regulatory Commission (1995-2000).
Independent Member of the Single Electricity Market Committee of Ireland (2007-2012).
Member of the Board of Appeal of the Agency for the Coordination of Energy Regulators (ACER) in the EU (2011-2016).
Review editor of the 5th Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
Consultant and lecturer in more than 35 countries.
Author and editor of several books, more than 200 papers, principal investigator in about 100 research projects and supervisor of 35 doctoral theses and more than 100 master theses. His current areas of research are future trends in energy regulation, strategic issues in universal energy access, and operation and planning of power systems with a strong presence of renewable generation and other decentralized resources.
Joseph Kapika is a Senior Energy Specialist in the Energy and Extractives Global Practice of the World Bank Group. Prior to joining the World Bank, Joseph served as Senior Researcher and PhD candidate with the Management Programme in Infrastructure Reform and Regulation (MIR) at the University of Cape Town's (UCT) Graduate School of Business (GSB) where he was also co-ordinator of the MIR's flagship programme, the African Electricity Peer Review and Learning Network.
Joseph's experience in the electric power sector spans 19 years and his work has covered power system planning, transmission system development, the Southern African Power Pool, power sector reform and regulation among others. He holds a B.Eng. (Hons) in Electronics and Electrical Engineering from Loughborough University in England, and an M.Sc. in Economic Management and Policy from the University of Strathclyde in Scotland.
Joseph is also co-author of Power Sector Reform and Regulation:Lessons from Ghana, Kenya, Namibia, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia, HSRC Press (2013)
Robert Koch was born in Johannesburg in March 1966. He received his B.Eng and M.Eng (cum laude) degrees from the University of Stellenbosch. He has been employed by Eskom since 1990, and is currently Corporate Specialist (Power Quality) and Eskom’s National Quality of Supply Co-coordinator.
Robert is an active CIGRE working group member and convener of the Study Committee C4 Advisory Group AG C4.1 (Power Quality). He is also convener of IEC SC77A/WG8 and member of the IEE CIRED S2 (Power Quality) Committee.
He has published over 90 technical papers and journal publications related to power quality, technical performance, and regulation and has consulted to various power companies and research organizations throughout the world.
He is recipient of the SAIEE Young Achievers Award for his contributionstopower quality management in South Africa, and of the International CIGRE Technical Committee Award for his contributions to the work of study Committee C4 (System Technical Performance). Robert was one of the lead authors of the Power Quality Directive of the National Electricity Regulator (2003) and of several of the NRS 048 regulatory power quality standards since 1995.
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