Senior Research Fellow, Energy and Environment
Josh Burke was a Research Fellow in the Energy and Environment Unit. From 2014 – to 2017 he worked as a Project Manager in an AiM listed renewable energy project developer focussing on distributed generation. He has experience developing a variety of technologies such as biomass CHP, battery storage and flexible gas reciprocating engines. Prior to this he has worked in the public policy sphere at both Chatham House and The Overseas Development Institute contributing to reports on water, energy and food security. He has a BSc in Geography from the University of Nottingham , an MSc in Environmental Technology from Imperial College London.
Related Posts & Publications
by Joshua Burke | Sep 14, 2017What are Contracts for Difference? Over the next decade, it is estimated that the UK will need around £100 billion of capital investment in its electricity infrastructure to meet projected future increases in electricity demand and to replace ageing coal fired power...
by Joshua Burke | Jul 18, 2017UK energy policy is often framed as a trilemma of objectives – security of supply, affordability and sustainability. Improving energy efficiency within houses, businesses and the public sector presents a large and often overlooked opportunity to tackle all...
by Joshua Burke | Jun 5, 2017The leader of the free world’s decision to exit the Paris climate treaty crystallizes one thing – in Donald Trump’s eyes, America’s needs supersede the rest of the world’s. But as the dust settled on Trump’s historic announcement, it is hard not to envision gleeful...
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