Energy and Environment Research Fellow
Zoe Bengherbi is a Research Fellow in the Energy and Environment Unit. Prior to joining Policy Exchange, Zoe worked as a Researcher at Dearman, looking at the environmental and health impacts of cooling technologies, before becoming an Associate in the team leading the international strategy and engagement. Zoe read Politics at the University of Nottingham, and is finishing an MSc in Advanced Environmental and Energy Studies from The Centre for Alternative Technologies.
Related Posts & Publications
by Zoe Bengherbi | Nov 7, 2016Read Publication Developing a smarter power grid could save households up to £90 a year by 2030 New Policy Exchange report sets out the economic and environmental case for creating a smarter power system, using clean technologies such as battery storage and demand...
by Zoe Bengherbi | Sep 9, 2016Read Publication Policy Exchange’s new report highlights that the previous Government’s plan to decarbonise heating by fitting electric heat pumps in most homes by 2050 would cost about £300 billion. This takes into account the installation cost of more than...
by Zoe Bengherbi | Feb 26, 2017This spring, France will elect its eighth President under the Fifth Republic. 71 candidates are currently looking to participate in the first round of the election on 23 April, although only those who obtain 500 ‘parainages’ from elected representatives will be...
by Zoe Bengherbi | Jul 1, 2016Following our blog on the implications of Brexit on energy and environmental policy last week, we decided to dig a little further, in particular to explore how the nature of the UK’s relationship with the EU could impact on energy and environment policy going forward....
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