Dr. Andrew Marquard is a senior researcher in the Energy, Environment and Climate Change research group.
BA (African Politics; UCT); MA (political science; Rhodes); PhD (energy studies; UCT)
Andrew’s 2006 PhD dissertation was on ‘The origins and development of South African energy policy’.
Current research interests and focus areas
Andrew’s current research focuses on energy-related climate change mitigation, as well as South African energy policy and governance, and draws on a wide range of skills, including energy analysis and modelling and policy analysis. He also supervises postgraduate research in energy studies.
Winkler, Harald, Marquard, Andrew, Montshwanedi, Sandra (2019) Tracking progress, ERC Policy Brief
McCall, B., Burton, J., Marquard, A., Hartley, F., Ahjum, F., Ireland, G., & Merven, B. (2019). Least-cost integrated resource planning and cost-optimal climate change mitigation policy: Alternatives for the South African electricity system.
Winkler, H., Marquard, A., Steleki, M., & Motshwanedi, S. (2018). The balance sheet summary: An essential tool for transparency and robust accounting in mitigation and markets: Policy Brief. Energy Research Centre, University of Cape Town
Rennkamp, Britta & Marquard, Andrew (2018). South Africa's multiple faces in current climate clubs, South African Journal of International Affairs.
Winkler, Harald & Marquard, Andrew (2018). Mitigation accounting under the Paris Agreement. ERC research report series. Energy Research Centre, University of Cape Town.
Winkler, H & Marquard, A. (2018), Mitigation accounting under the Paris Agreement: Technical paper. Energy Research Centre, University of Cape Town.