Dr Daniel Quiggin is a senior research fellow with the Environment and Society Programme at Chatham House. He has expertise in the modelling, analysis and forecasting of national and global energy systems, having modelled various UK and global energy scenarios.
As a senior policy adviser at the UK Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy in 2018–20, Daniel led work on the post-Brexit policy implications for the energy sector’s trade of goods and services, and helped shape effective strategies for the energy and climate package of the UK–EU FTA negotiations. He also previously worked as an analyst at Investec Asset Management within a commodities and resources investment team.
Daniel holds master’s degrees in particle physics and climate science, and a PhD in energy system modelling.
Dr Kris De Meyer is a research fellow in neuroscience at King’s College London, and a senior honorary research fellow in earth sciences at University College London. He leads the UCL Climate Action Unit, where he is responsible for grounding climate risk and climate communication projects in insights from neuroscience and psychology.
Kris has a PhD in cybernetics from the University of Reading, and a master’s in systems engineering from KU Leuven.
Dr Lucy Hubble-Rose is an honorary research fellow in earth sciences at University College London. In her role as strategy expert for the UCL Climate Action Unit, she is responsible for developing the structure and strategy of the unit’s programmes. Lucy is an expert facilitator who specializes in helping people and organizations to deliver action on climate change.
Lucy has a PhD in climate change engagement from the University of Exeter, and a master’s in climate change from the University of East Anglia.
Antony Froggatt joined Chatham House in 2007, and is deputy director and a senior research fellow in the Environment and Society Programme.
He has worked as an independent consultant for 20 years with environmental groups, academics and public bodies in Europe and Asia. His most recent research projects are concerned with understanding the energy and climate policy implications of Brexit, and the technological and policy transformation of the power sector.
Since 1992 Antony has been the co-author of the World Nuclear Industry Status Report, a now annual independent review of the nuclear sector.