Musiliu Oseni

Musiliu Oseni was, until his appointment as Commissioner at the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission, a Research Associate in Economics and Finance of the Built Environment at the University College London, and was previously a researcher at the Energy Policy Research Group, University of Cambridge, UK. His research interests cut across Energy and Behavioural Economics. He is particularly interested in energy issues relating to access, willingness to pay, affordability, pricing, security of supply, quality of service, and demand side management.

He holds a PhD in Business/Energy Economics from the University of Cambridge, a Master of Science (distinction) in Energy Economics and Policy from the University of Surrey, UK, and a Bachelor of Science (first class) in Economics from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. He is currently an honorary research associate at both the Cambridge Energy Policy Research Group (EPRG) and the UCL Faculty of Built Environment. He is a member of the American Economic Association (AEA) and the International Association for Energy Economics (IAEE).

Content by Musiliu Oseni
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    Electricity crises in Zambia: Estimating the costs of unreliability at firm level

    As Zambia seeks to diversify its economy via growth in the manufacturing sector, rising demand for electricity from manufacturing firms is likely to impose additional constraints on the efficiency and sustainability of Zambia’s energy infrastructure. As a palliative measure, the Zambian government recently announced her decision to waive import duties on backup...

    19 Oct 2016 | D'Maris Coffman, Jim Meikle, Imad Ahmed, Graham Sianjase, Michelle Baddeley, Musiliu Oseni