As Head of Analysis for Ecuity, Rob leads the Economics team and is responsible for ensuring high-quality analysis is provided. He has an in-depth understanding of the way in which economics intersects with policymaking.
Rob works across the sectors that Ecuity are engaged with including heat, energy efficiency, biofuels, hydrogen and transport. Recently, Rob has led teams that estimated the number of jobs that will be supported by the net zero transition, modelled in-detail policy options to encourage domestic energy efficiency in a local authority-area, and assessed heat decarbonisation options for rural homes.
Rob holds an MSc in Environmental Economics & Climate Change and a BSc in Environmental Policy and Economics from the London School of Economics.
Outside of work, Rob follows his football team (Newcastle) in eternal hope and enjoys playing himself. He also has a keen interest in China, having lived and worked in the country twice.
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