Research Fellow, Energy and Environment.
William Nicolle is a Research Fellow in the Energy and Environment Unit. William joined Policy Exchange in 2019, having previously worked as a Graduate Analyst for Centrica, and most recently as a Researcher at another London based think tank focusing on energy and environmental policy, co-authoring two reports. He has a BA in Geography from the University of Oxford.
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by William Nicolle | Nov 3, 2020Related Content Maximising the contribution of the North Sea to Net Zero and Levelling Up The North Sea is strategically central to meeting the UK’s target of Net Zero emissions by 2050. By fully developing offshore wind, the North Sea could provide one-third of the...
by William Nicolle | Oct 30, 2020Related Content Building a Better Future For Post-Brexit Britain The UK is one of the world’s leading maritime nations. As it leaves the European Union, Britain’s status as a leading economic and geo-political power depends upon the strength of its maritime industry....
by William Nicolle | May 8, 2020Related Content How the UK and international community can lower the risks of zoonotic disease Zoonotic pathogens (those that originate in animals) are a growing risk to human populations. There were three times as many outbreaks in the 1990s as in the 1940s, and...
by William Nicolle | Mar 31, 2021Related Content Negative emissions are piquing the interest of the Government, as shown in its recent announcement of innovation funding for new negative emission technologies (NETs). However, policies based on grants and innovation funding are short-term options –...
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