The Academy of Technology and Engineering (ATSE) is saddened to hear of the death from cancer of the inaugural chair of the federal government’s Clean Energy Regulator, Chloe Munro AO FTSE.
Munro was a leading authority on the Australian energy market and global emissions reductions, and a highly respected and valued ATSE Fellow.
“She was a tireless contributor to our clean energy work and the author of our Emissions Explainer which is one of our most used documents,” ATSE President Professor Hugh Bradlow said.
“Chloe was generous to a fault with her deep knowledge and wisdom,” ATSE CEO Kylie Walker said.
“Her insights and advice provided clear and important guidance for our work to demystify emissions reduction targets and tracking, and to inform and educate leadership and the public around clean energy. She will be much missed.”
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