Christopher is an economic analyst within the Low Carbon Business Unit, and a Postgraduate from the University of Warwick. Chris has experience in creating economic analysis across a wide variety of industries, and helping to transform them into digestible and practical strategic insights. Christopher holds an undergraduate degree in Economics, as well as a masters degree in Humanitarian Engineering (with Management), both from the University of Warwick. During this, Christopher worked with the Canadian NGO Light Up The World, delivering a quantitative analysis and dissertation on the potential benefits of self-consumption solar PV in Peru.
Christopher’s work at Gemserv focuses on evidence led economic analysis, with particular focus on innovative methods. Examples of this work include district heat mapping for a government body, leading to recommendations for their inclusion in a renewable heat strategy. Furthermore, Christopher has developed a bespoke model, detailing the wide suite of policy announcements currently in place by the UK government, modelling their impact at a granular level across various different housing types, and heating systems.