Ramon Staheli is the Head of Economics at the National Transport Commission where he leads the organisation’s pricing work, including annual adjustments and determination of heavy vehicle charges. The NTC leads national land transport reform in support of Australian governments to improve safety, productivity, sustainability and regulatory efficiency.
Ramon has strong experience in pricing, market design and regulatory economics which he gained in the electricity industry, as a consultant and through work in the public sector. His previous roles include Senior Market Regulatory Advisor and Pricing and Planning Manager for a large New Zealand electricity generator and retailer. He was also responsible for providing a range of strategic market design and operation advice to electricity market governance bodies in Singapore and New Zealand. Ramon has also worked as an analyst with the New Zealand Treasury, where he was responsible for providing advice on a wide range of transport issues.
Ramon has a Bachelor of Management Studies with First Class Honours in Economics from the University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.