Sarah has over 30 years’ experience working as an economist within the energy sector with a focus on environmental policy, the energy retail market and consumer behaviour.
Sarah is recognised for her work on the implications of the move to a low-carbon economy, including in the areas of hydrogen transition, renewables, CCUS and heat decarbonisation. She has also worked extensively on energy retail market issues from the time the GB sector was first opened up to competition in the 1990s.
Sarah is also a Non Executive Director of the North Sea Transition Authority, an Independent Director of Brookfield Renewable, a Trustee of Sustainability First and a member of Carbon Connect’s Advisory Board.
Sarah holds a Doctoral Degree in Economics from Imperial College.