About the Authors
Johanna Lehne is a research associate in the Energy, Environment and Resources Department at Chatham House. Johanna joined Chatham House in 2015. Her research includes circular economy, low-carbon innovation in the built environment, chokepoints in global food trade, low-carbon development, resource use in China and energy for displaced populations.
Felix Preston is a senior research fellow and deputy research director in the Energy, Environment and Resources Department at Chatham House. He has published on issues spanning low-carbon transition, green innovation, resource governance, and low-probability high-impact events. He has a long-standing research interest in sustainable transition in China, and facilitates the China–UK Bilateral Forum on Reform and Innovation. Prior to joining Chatham House, Felix worked as a senior consultant at AEA Energy and Environment.
Ilian Iliev is an associate fellow at Chatham House, focused on energy and resource efficiency. He is also managing director of EcoMachines Ventures, an industrial high-tech focused Venture Capital fund actively investing in the built environment, and founder director at CambridgeIP, a specialist technology market research consultancy. He has published widely on issues in the energy and the clean technology space, innovation finance, and innovation policy. Ilian holds a PhD in Economics from Cambridge University’s Judge Business School; an MCom in Economics, and BA in Politics, Economics and International Relations from the University of Witwatersrand.
Harry Miller is an associate at CambridgeIP, focusing on patent search and IP data analysis within the energy and clean technology space. He has written reports for multinational corporate clients, technology start-ups, government research bodies, and charitable organizations. Harry holds a BA and an MSci in Natural Sciences (Chemistry) from the University of Cambridge, where he studied at Sidney Sussex College.