Chris has a background in engineering and geophysics, giving him a solid technical foundation across the energy spectrum. His work at E4tech has spanned hydrogen and fuel cells, industrial energy systems, novel biofuels and automotive applications. Prior to joining E4tech, Chris undertook an internship in the banking sector, and work placements at a solar developer, and at the offshore renewables division of a civil engineering firm. Additionally, he was a delegate at the International Student Energy Summit of 2015, and a founding member of his university’s energy society.
Chris has an MSc in Sustainable Energy Futures from Imperial College London, where he used agent-based modelling in his thesis to study the uptake of a plug-in hybrid electric black cab fleet in London. He also holds a BSc (Hons) in Geophysics and Geology from Durham University. Chris speaks English and some French and German.