At Vivid Economics, he leads work on the energy transition and micro-economic modelling in the Energy & Industry practice. He conducts work across Europe, Africa and Asia Pacific on energy market developments, evaluates future technology scenarios, and maps their relationship to broader economic growth trajectories. Thomas is also responsible for Vivid’s in-house modelling capabilities on estimating the financial impact of energy transitions and climate policy. This work includes impact assessment for individual assets, sector specific competition analysis and corporate strategy advice.
Prior to joining Vivid Economics, Thomas was a Grantham scholar at the London School of Economics (LSE) and a visiting researcher at the University of Oxford. He holds a PhD and an MSc in Environmental and Resource Economics from the LSE and a BSc in Economics from the University of Copenhagen. Thomas has previously been an external consultant for the OECD, a contributor for Oxford Analytica and worked in both the German and Danish energy sector.