Ian has authored a number of studies and contributed to other Centre activities, for example in providing input to the production of IEA Energy Roadmaps. Recently his focus has been on the potential for high efficiency low emission (technologies) in various countries.
Ian’s expertise is on energy, environmental and waste issues in which he has over forty years’ experience. He has specialised experience in power generation, particularly coal-based and the newer, emerging cleaner coal technologies, and he has a wide appreciation of energy use.
Ian worked for British Coal and as a consultant for CRE Group Limited, EMC Environment Engineering, and Casella before leaving to trade as an independent energy and environmental consultant in 2002.
He has worked for UK Government departments on activities based at home and overseas, and has worked in the developing world for International funding agencies such as the European Commission, DFID, Asian Development Bank, UNIDO, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the World Bank.
Ian has a degree in Chemistry and a PhD from the University of Wolverhampton and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, a Chartered Chemist and a Chartered Scientist.
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