Chester has a technical background and is motivated to facilitate a transition to a sustainable energy future. Prior to joining E4tech, Chester completed his MSc in Environmental Technology at Imperial College London, specialising in Energy Policy, and worked in marine conservation in Cambodia. In Cambodia he contributed to a small NGO that instigated the first Marine Protected Area (MPA) in the country and gained diverse experience in a wide range of sustainability issues.
At Imperial, Chester researched the effect of carbon taxes on the cost and emission intensity of electricity generation in the UK in 2030, as well as other energy-related projects such as investigating pathways to decarbonising the shipping industry. Chester also holds a first-class BSc (Hons) in Physics from the University of Birmingham, with his undergraduate degree including technical projects on wave and nuclear energy.