He has a particular interest in decentralised systems, for example for energy, and democratic institutions.
Areas of expertise:
- Decentralised energy
- Place based Industrial strategy
- Sustainability and low carbon futures
Prior to joining IPPR, Hywel worked for Facilitating the Future, providing sustainable and systemic solutions to public policy challenges.
He has also worked as a Specialist Policy Advisor to Ministers in both DCLG and Defra, overseeing policy on the low carbon built environment, energy, planning, land use, and waste and resources.
Hywel has a BSc in Chemistry and Certificate in Education both from the University of Bath, and a Diploma is Systems Practice from the Open University.
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