Nick Eyre Awarded the Title of Professor of Energy and Climate Policy
We are delighted to announce that Nick Eyre, Oriel’s Jackson Senior Research Fellow in Energy, has had the title of Professor of Energy and Climate Policy conferred on him by the University.
Professor Eyre joined Oriel in 2007, and prior to that was Director of Strategy at the Energy Saving Trust, the leading independent body promoting energy efficiency to UK households.
Professor Eyre has worked as a researcher, consultant and manager on energy and environmental issues since 1984. His interests focus on energy policy, especially with respect to energy demand, energy efficiency and the transition to low carbon energy systems. He has published extensively on energy, climate, environment and transport issues.
Within his department at Oxford, Professor Eyre leads the ECI programme on Lower Carbon Futures. He also is a Co-Director of the multi-university collaboration, the UK Energy Research Centre, leading its research work on decision-making. In addition to this, he is a Co-Director of the Oxford Martin Programme on Integrating Renewable Energy.
Further information about Professor Eyre’s research can be found on his profile page on the Environmental Change Institute’s website.