Antony Froggatt joined Chatham House in 2007 and is a senior research fellow in the Energy, Environment and Resources department.
He studied energy and environmental policy at the University of Westminster and the Science Policy Research Unit at Sussex University, and is currently an honorary research fellow at Exeter University.
At Chatham House he specializes in global energy security and European electricity policy. He has worked as an independent consultant for 15 years with environmental groups, academics and public bodies in Europe and Asia.
He has also worked as a freelance journalist. In 1992 he co-authored the World Nuclear Industry Status Report, a now annual independent review of the nuclear sector.
- European Energy Policy
- China-EU Energy and Climate Interdependencies
- Nuclear Power Policies in Europe
|Sept 2006-Oct 2007||Research Associate, Warwick University Business School|
|1997-present||Freelance energy policy consultant|
|1989-1997||Greenpeace International Nuclear Policy Campaigner|
- Staying Connected: Key Elements for UK–EU27 Energy Cooperation After Brexit Research paper
- UK Unplugged? The Impacts of Brexit on Energy and Climate Policy Research paper
- Changing Climate, Changing Diets: Pathways to Lower Meat Consumption Chatham House Report
- Enhancing Engagement Between China and the EU on Resource Governance and Low-Carbon Development Research paper
- Livestock – Climate Change’s Forgotten Sector: Global Public Opinion on Meat and Dairy Consumption Research paper
- The Reform of Global Energy Governance Grantham Discussion Paper
- Climate Change and Energy Security: Assessing the Impact of Information and its Delivery on Attitudes and Behaviour UKERC Report
- Reset or Restart? The Impact of Fukushima on the Japanese and German Energy Sectors Chatham House Briefing
- Coal Financing in Europe: The Banker's Dilemma Research paper
- Low-Carbon Economy: Frontier Energy The World Today
- China Shows Way with New Diet Guidelines on Meat 20 June 2016
- Britain’s Energy and Climate Future Points to ‘In’ 25 May 2016
- EU Lays Down Marker for Global Climate Action 24 October 2014
- The Beginning of the End for Coal? 06 June 2014
- Where Next for EU Climate and Energy Policy? 25 April 2014
- Ukraine Crisis Shifts EU's Energy Focus 24 March 2014
- UK Power Deal: Implications for the Global Nuclear Sector 21 October 2013
- Bringing Climate Change Back On the Agenda 17 December 2012
- Nuclear Power Post-Fukushima 06 March 2012
- Coal: The Forgotten Fuel 14 November 2011
- Brexit and energy security with Georgina Wright and Matthew Lockwood, Evidence to Parliament: EU, Energy and Environment Sub-Committee, August 2017
- Climate Change and Energy Security: Assessing the Impact of Information and its Delivery on Attitudes and Behaviour UKERC Report, with Catherine Happer and Greg Philo, December 2012
- The Reform of Global Energy Governance Grantham Discussion Paper with Neil Hirst, December 2012