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Dr. Patrick Walsh

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Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • Masters of Business Administration
    University of Adelaide
  • PhD , Applied Mathematics
    University of Adelaide
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ESCOSA - About us - Commission Membership, 21 Sept 2015 [cached]
The Commission comprises of Dr Pat Walsh (Chairperson), Dr Lynne Williams, Ms June Roache, Professor David Round and Mr Geoff Knight.
Dr Pat Walsh
Commissioner Photo - Pat Walsh Dr Walsh commenced in the role of Chairperson of the Commission in April 2005; this initial appointment expired in October 2010. His responsibilities throughout that period included those of Chief Executive Officer. Dr Walsh was reappointed to the position of Chairperson in February 2011 for a period of five years. This second appointment is on a part-time basis, following establishment by the Commission of a separate CEO position.
Dr Walsh also holds the part-time position of Utilities Commissioner of the Northern Territory. Dr Walsh is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Energy and a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. He is a member of the Advisory Board of the Centre for Regulation and Market Analysis (Uni SA).
Prior to his appointment as Chairperson of the Commission, Dr Walsh was Director, Licensing and Performance Monitoring with the Commission. He has held senior positions in the energy regulation and reform area, including Senior Regulation Advisor with the Electricity Reform and Sales Unit (Department of Treasury & Finance), and Director, Microeconomic Reform Branch (Cabinet Office, Department of Premier and Cabinet).
Dr Walsh is a Science graduate (majoring in Mathematics), and worked as a Research Scientist with the CSIRO during the 1970's. He also holds a PhD in Applied Mathematics and Masters of Business Administration from the University of Adelaide.
Trustees and Management - Londonderry Inner City Trust, 19 Aug 2015 [cached]
Patrick Walsh
A founding member of the Waterside Development Trust and its current Chairman, Patrick has dedicated himself to the principles of social justice and community development. He has worked extensively within the fields of engineering and business and is dedicated to community work. He was instrumental in the establishment of the Glendermott Valley Business Park and the rebuild of Gortfoyle House & Business Centre. Married to Margaret, he has seven children and eight grandchildren.
Our Lady Queen of Peace, 6 Feb 2014 [cached]
On Sunday 30 September the new members of the Pastoral Council were commissioned by the retired Bishop of Down and Connor Bishop Patrick Walsh at one of our Sunday Masses.
The new Parish Pastoral Council was commissioned by Bishop Walsh at the end of 2012.
Martin Hamilton-Smith MP, State Member for Waite, 12 Feb 2012 [cached]
These legal steps were later withdrawn following government intervention. “Minister Koutsantonis appears to have deliberately limited the capacity of ESCOSA to monitor prices and ensure South Australians are getting a fair deal from energy companies, subsequently refusing written requests from ESCOSA Chairman Pat Walsh to monitor closed offer prices and customer numbers by offer. “ESCOSA specifically warned that ‘the Commission will be unable to detect any collusive or anticompetitive behaviour in a significant proportion of the market’ under the Labor Government’s regulations.“Premier Weatherill and the Minister distributed a media release on December 18th 2012 promising that ESCOSA would be able to act as the ‘price watchdog’ and ‘guard against any anticompetitive behaviour by retailers’.
Dr Patrick Walsh was ..., 4 Oct 2010 [cached]
Dr Patrick Walsh was appointed as Commissioner and as Chairperson for a five year period commencing 11 October 2005.
Dr. Patrick Walsh
Dr Walsh has had extensive involvement in energy policy and planning issues within the SA Government since the early 1980s, with a particular emphasis on demand management, energy pricing, greenhouse response measures and development of competitive market arrangements. He is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Energy. During the 1990s, while working in the Cabinet Office of the Department of Premier and Cabinet, he was responsible for co-ordination of National Competition Policy initiatives in SA, and for the oversight of the Government's micro-economic reform agenda. In the late 1990s he worked on the development of new electricity regulatory arrangements within the Department of Treasury and Finance and was a foundation member of the Commission's staff in January 2000. Dr Walsh is an Applied Mathematician by training, and also holds a degree of Master of Business Administration. He began his working life as a Research Scientist with the CSIRO Division of Building Research in the 1970s.
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