Ms Lynette Molyneaux

Research Officer

Centre for Policy Futures
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
+61 7 334 61003


Lynette Molyneaux is currently researching the resilience of electricity systems . Looking at historical trends, how resilient will electricity systems of the future be to changes in energy prices, supply, electricity demand and environmental policies.

Prior research includes an investigation into systems for carbon abatement with particular emphasis on incentives for investment in abatement technologies.

Work experience includes many years in the Information Technology sector in financial analysis, product management, relationship management, and financial management.


  • PhD - Resilience in energy systems, The University of Queensland
  • Master of Natural Resource Economics, The University of Queensland


  • Molyneaux, Lynette (2016). Resilience in energy systems: Concepts, metrics and macro-economic effects PhD Thesis, School of Agriculture and Food Sciences, The University of Queensland. doi:10.14264/uql.2017.65

  • Molyneaux, Lynette, Brown, Colin, Foster, John and Wagner, Liam (2016). Resilience, coal and the macroeconomy. 2-2016, School of Economics, Energy Economics and Management Group.

  • Molyneaux, Lynette, Brown, Colin, Wagner, Liam and Foster, John (2016). Resilience, coal and the macroeconomy. 2-2016, , Energy Economics and Management Group.

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