Hello. I'm an engineer. At the moment I run part of the Department of Energy and Climate Change's strategy team. I also do occasional freelance work through Green on Black Ltd.
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- I've updated my units calculator to be a single page web app
- With my team's help, India have launched their version of a 2050 calculator. They have done a great job with their documentation. I blogged about it at DECC
- My team won a second Civil Service Award for Analysis and Use of Evidence, joint with the Foreign Office. Well done guys.
- With my team's help, Taiwan have launched their version of a 2050 calculator. It looks awesome. Ewan Bennie went to the launch and blogged about it.
- I am quite proud of the legends on the new charts in the 2050 calculator. Did them in D3 which was a pleasure. See the code.
- My team has started to develop a 2050 calculator for the world, watch the video message's about the project.
- Finished reading Thinking in Time: The Uses of History for Decision-Makers by Richard E. Neustadt, Ernest R. May
- I have been working on a tangle for exploring when nuclear-powered-electricity might be cheaper than gas-powered-electricity
- I've produced a sankey diagram showing (approximately) the 2010 Energy Flows through the UK
- 700 people paid to debate the future of the UK energy system at the 2013 Hay festival. I was on stage as the DECC geek. You can listen to it or read about it on the DECC blog.
- At the last minute, I stepped in to replace David MacKay at the first British Energy Challenge roadshow in Liverpool. Watch the highlights.
- I blogged on the DECC blog about China's 2050 Calculator (local copy) and the common problem of consensus (local copy).
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