Anne Kallies is a senior lecturer in law in RMIT's Graduate School of Business and Law.
The emphasis of Dr Kallies’ research is on energy and environmental law, which a special focus on renewable energy and electricity market regulation.
Her research draws on her study and work experience in Australia and Germany. She holds a German law degree, a LLM and a PhD, both completed at Melbourne Law School.
Dr Kallies has previously worked for the German Federal Environmental Agency and has been an administrator and researcher in the Centre for Resources, Energy and Environmental Law at Melbourne Law School.
She has presented her work in industry and community forums, and published in academic journals. She is a regular commentator in The Conversation on renewable energy law and policy.
- Best Paper Prize (International Graduate Legal Research Conference at King’s College, London,2014)
- Recipient of British Council funding for Travel and Research Networking in the UK (2014)
- Australian Postgraduate Award
- Selected in University wide process to represent University of Melbourne in Annual C9-Go8 HDR Forum 2011: Clean Energy & Global Change for the Future, Australia-China leadership forum (Tsinghua University, 2011)
- Environmental and Planning Law Practice
- Australian Property Law
- Introduction to the Australian Legal System and Legal Methods
- PhD in Law, University of Melbourne, 2015
- LLM, University of Melbourne, 2005
- Second State Board Examination, Land Brandenburg, Germany (equivalent to bar exam), 2001
- First State Board Examination, Land Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany, 1998
- Kallies, A. (2021). The Australian Energy Transition as a Federalism Challenge: (Un)cooperative Energy Federalism? In: Transnational Environmental Law, 10, 211 - 235
- Csereklyei, Z.,Anantharama, N.,Kallies, A. (2021). Electricity market transitions in Australia: Evidence using model-based clustering In: Energy Economics, 103, 1 - 21
- Godden, L.,Kallies, A. (2021). Governance of the energy market in Australia In: Energy Law, Climate Change and the Environment, Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, United Kingdom
- Kallies, A. (2021). Regulating the use of energy networks in liberalised markets In: Energy Law, Climate Change and the Environment, Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, United Kingdom
- Csereklyei, Z.,Kallies, A.,Diaz Valdivia, C. (2021). The status of and opportunities for utility-scale battery storage in Australia: A regulatory and market perspective In: Utilities Policy, 73, 1 - 12
- Kallies, A.,Johnston, V. (2021). How the Law Contributes to Protecting Energy Infrastructure from Extreme Weather Events: An Australian Case Study In: The Palgrave Handbook of Climate Resilient Societies, Springer, Cham, Switzerland
- Godden, L.,Kallies, A. (2018). Smart infrastructure: innovative energy technology, climate mitigation and consumer protection in Australia and Germany In: Innovation in Energy Law and Technology: Dynamic Solutions for Energy Transitions, Oxford University Press, United Kingdom
- Kallies, A. (2018). The national energy guarantee: solving the energy crisis? In: Australian Environment Review, 33, 20 - 23
- Kallies, A. (2017). The Finkel Electricity Review - no easy answers for energy security in the age of climate change In: Australian Environment Review, 32, 34 - 37
- Niall, S.,Kallies, A. (2017). Electricity systems between climate mitigation and climate adaptation pressures: can legal frameworks for resilience provide answers? In: Environmental and Planning Law Journal, 34, 488 - 502
3 PhD Current Supervisions
- Supporting the Electrification of Victoria’s Future Fleet (VHESIF Pool 2). Funded by: Victorian Higher Education State Investment Fund (VHESIF) - Pool 2 from (2021 to 2025)
- MyTown Microgrid: a community and data driven feasibility for the grid edge. Funded by: Regional and Remote Communities Reliability Fund - Microgrids: Competitive from (2020 to 2023)
- Microgrid Demonstration Initiative: Community Energy Hubs for Multi-Tenanted Buildings (Administered by Ovida). Funded by: Microgrid Demonstration Initiative from (2018 to 2020)