As part of the final IGov conference in December 2016 we put out a call for ‘rising stars’ in the energy system. This was open to anyone involved in the transformation of the energy system including dynamic early-career individuals, new entrants within the energy market and people promoting innovative ideas and approaches to creating a sustainable, affordable energy system. From the applications a number of ‘rising stars’ were identified who we will be collaborating with as the IGov 2 research develops.
Dr Jan Rosenow is an international energy efficiency expert who has been working on energy efficiency for 13 years. He is leading the European energy efficiency team of the Regulatory Assistance Project (RAP) working closely with the European Commission, the European Parliament and the energy efficiency community. Jan brings deep insights into EU energy efficiency...Read More »
Katy is an Academic Fellow at the University of Leeds and co-lead the Energy and Climate Change Mitigation Group within the School of Earth and Environment. Prior to this she co-lead the Rethinking Development theme at the Stockholm Environment Institute and was a senior sustainability consultant at Arup. In a former life she was aRead More »
Ralitsa is currently a Research Fellow in Infrastructure Governance in the Science Policy Research Unit at the University of Sussex and works on the intersection of energy policy, infrastructure and governance. Ralitsa is a member of the Sussex Energy Group. She trained in economic geography and environmental governance and worked for the United Nations Economic...Read More »
Steve’s work investigates financial and business model innovation for urban energy systems. Managing our energy use at the city scale can make best use of engineering innovations such as smart meters and decentralised generation, while at the same time supporting economic development, and democratising energy futures. However, decentralised energy systems still...Read More »
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...Read More »