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Making demand side response happen: A review of barriers in commercial and public organisations. Energy Research and Social Science, 64: 101443.
• PhD, Department of Geography, London School of Economics
• MPhil, Department of Geography, University of Cambridge
• BA/MA, Department of Economics, Universidade Nova of Lisbon
Prior to joining Westminster Business School, I spent over 10 years working in energy policy, including roles in the Carbon Trust, WWF-UK and the European Commission and I use this experience in both my teaching and research.
Membership of professional bodies
BIEE - British Institute of Energy Economics
IAEE - International Association of Energy Economics
I teach economics and energy policy at Westminster Business School, where I co-developed a new postgraduate module, Sustainable Energy Policy. I am the module leader for Business Decision Making.
FHEA awarded in February 2019
My research focuses on electricity demand and I am particularly interested in the transformational effects of smart technologies in the energy landscape. My previous research has been informed by institutional economics, environmental economics and public policy. More recently, I have started looking at how behavioural economics can help us understand businesses’ energy consumption.