At Vivid, Eric advises government agencies, multinational energy companies, and non-governmental organisations on the economic impacts of the energy transition, with a particular focus son whole energy systems, power, and transport. Eric’s recent work includes modelling the impacts of climate policy on the global energy system, modelling the Great Britain electricity system under a net zero emissions target, assessing progress in the energy transition across major economies, and assessing prospects for a hydrogen economy in New Zealand.
Eric joined Vivid in 2017 from the Committee on Climate Change (CCC), where he led the power and transport sector work programmes and oversaw the delivery of the CCC’s statutory advice to Government on the UK’s Fifth Carbon Budget.
Eric holds an MSc in Environmental and Resource Economics from University College London, and an MSc in Environmental Sciences from the University of East Anglia. Eric also holds a degree in Oriental Studies from Cambridge University.