Associate Professor of Energy and Resources Law
The University of Sydney Law School
Associate Professor Penelope Crossley is an expert in the complex legal issues associated with the energy transition, including best practice regulation for the end of life and subsequent recycling and reuse of batteries and renewable energy technologies. She is known for her sustained engagement with industry stakeholders, and for developing recommendations that have been directly adopted into law, international policy documents, and consumer guides.
Previously, Penelope worked as an international project finance lawyer, and global in-house counsel for BP Alternative Energy. This commercial and practical legal experience informs her research, ensuring that she focuses on real-world problems and identifies innovative commercial solutions that can be easily translated and applied.