Deputy Director, Centre for Energy Policy, University of Strathclyde
Jamie is Deputy Director at the Centre for Energy Policy at Strathclyde University. He joined in March 2020. He has ten years of experience working in the energy sector and over three years of experience working in consumer energy policy and advocacy in the third sector.
He has particular policy and research expertise on energy and climate issues such as heat decarbonisation, energy efficiency, energy networks and infrastructure development. He is passionate about influencing policy to ensure a socially just energy transition and has frequently raised the profile of the issue through the mainstream media in Scotland. Jamie has an academic background, where his research focused on Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) and its role in the energy system. He sits on a number of government and industry advisory groups related to the energy and climate change agenda.
Oct 15, 2020 14:37 pm UTC| Economy
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