Lizzie is a natural scientist with further studies in energy technology which she applies to a range of sustainability assessment and bioenergy projects at E4tech. Lizzie has previously interned for Centrica, a large UK energy company, conducting research and optimisation of their business processes. During her studies she also volunteered for an NGO implementing sustainable water systems in Central America, conducted a research project on renewable energy in Turkey, and was UK finalist in a BP international business competition. She has experience of carrying out life cycle assessments and knowledge of bioenergy and agricultural systems.
Lizzie has an MSc in Sustainable Energy Futures from Imperial College where her dissertation focussed on using life cycle assessment as a tool to aid in the design of a desert-based greenhouse agricultural system. She also has a first class MChem from the University of Oxford and has published on the organic synthesis of protein mimetics. Lizzie speaks English and French.