- Project plans
- Project activities
- Legislation and standards
- Industry context
interested in efficiency, renewable energy, water, materials, resources we foolishly call "waste", and joining all of these up
Built environment, energy efficiency and renewable energy pro with a natural resource ecology background. Worked at:
- BRE on digital collaboration and outreach;
- co-ordinated lots of working groups at the Energy Efficiency Partnership for Buildings on policy design and implementation, with a focus on alleviating the scourge of Fuel Poverty; and
- developed product certification criteria and responded to techie customer enquiries for the Energy Saving Trust.
Hobby violinist and dad of two, rarely bored.
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