Grace is a senior energy analyst at Regen delivering high quality research, analysis and energy insight. She has recently acted as lead analyst on Regen’s Distribution Network Future Energy Scenario (DFES) work, which assesses the uptake of various technologies at a distribution level, and is leading on further work to explore these projections at a low voltage level.
Grace leads Regen’s work in both the hydrogen and offshore sectors and has developed Regen’s model for analysing the uptake of hydrogen electrolysers for future net zero scenarios. She has written thought leadership pieces for Regen’s insight series and responded to BEIS consultations. She is a strong public speaker and has spoken at multiple conferences and webinar events on the topics of offshore wind supply chains, the role of hydrogen in net zero and policy barriers to tidal stream.
She graduated from the University of Exeter with a first class MSci in Mathematics with Climate Science. Alongside her studies, Grace took an active interest in climate change and policy, energy and sustainability, and climate communication, working with the University of Exeter on its Environment and Climate Emergency plan.