Tom works on energy policy and regulation for 100% renewable electricity company Good Energy, based in Chippenham in Wiltshire. Since joining the company in early 2016, he has worked on a wide range of issues including network regulation, system flexibility, half hourly settlement, feed-in-tariffs, code governance, and cross-border trading. Recently his work has particularly focussed on the future of charges for embedded generators. He has also recently undertaken a 6-month part-time secondment to the Energy UK generation team supporting work on the future of network charging, and ancillary services. Prior to joining Good Energy he undertook a PhD with IGov-1 looking at the impact of governance on affordability of energy for domestic consumers in Great Britain. This focussed particularly on the role of governance in affecting the different cost drivers within the domestic energy bill, and domestic energy efficiency policy. He is passionately dedicated to helping to create a more sustainable, affordable and secure energy system, and is particularly interested in the role that narratives and institutions play in facilitating or delaying this transformation.
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