Tensay Hadush Meles is a post-doctoral research fellow at the School of Economics and Energy Institute, University College Dublin. He is also affiliated to the Department of Economics, Mekelle University (Ethiopia). Tensay’s research interests are energy and behavioural economics, applied econometrics, environmental valuation. His research works involve impacts of power outages, consumers' responses to block based electricity pricing and billing information, stability of risk and time preferences. Currently, he is working on uptake of renewable energy technologies in a residential sector. Tensay obtained his PhD in Economics from Gothenburg University (Sweden). In addition, he holds MPhil in Environmental and Development Economics from University of Oslo (Norway) and BA in Economics from Mekelle University (Ethiopia).
- PhDGoteborg University Sweden