Kathryn Lucas-Healey

Research Fellow


Electric vehicles, automation vs manual control of human-oriented spaces, architectural science, energy efficiency.


Dr Lucas-Healey is currently working on the Realising Electric Vehicles-to-grid Services (REVS) project, delivering the social science stream.


Dr Lucas-Healey is an interdisciplinary researcher based in Melbourne with 15 years of experience spanning all manner of energy-related things. She has a PhD in architectural science from the University of Queensland which spawned from work as a sustainability consultant in the building and construction industry. Dr Lucas-Healey’s policy experience includes reforming the Victorian Energy Efficiency Target scheme and working towards better energy efficiency standards for housing. More recently, she was responsible for delivering Chargefox’s ultra-rapid EV charging network in WA, SA and Victoria.

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