Effective energy efficiency policy implementation targetion "New Modern Energy CONsumers" in the Greater Mekong Subregion

University College London (UCL)

University College London

University College London (UCL) – The UCL Energy Institute (UCL-EI) was established in 2009 as the UCL’s response to the global challenges of mitigating climate change and providing energy security in the 21st century. The EI has its own core activity, but also acts as an umbrella for energy-related research at UCL, bringing together leading researchers on different topics, for example, buildings and energy systems, people and energy, policy and law, smart energy and transportation.

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Dr.Gabrial AnandarajahDr.Gabrial Anandarajah is a Lecturer in Energy System Modelling at the UCL Energy Institute. Prior to joining UCL Energy Institute, Gabrial worked for King’s College London and Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), Thailand. Gabrial is an expert in energy system modelling and policy analysis, working on energy system models such as MARKAL and TIMES for energy and climate policy analysis at national, regional and global level. He has about 10 years of research experience working in developed and developing countries.
Gabrial’s research interests include energy system modelling at national, regional (EU) and global level, multi-criteria analysis (AHP), multi-objective energy system modelling, decomposition analysis, global technology learning, modelling unconventional gas, energy efficiency improvements in developing countries, and low-carbon technology pathways for developing countries.

Julia TomeiDr.Julia Tomei is a Research Associate at the UCL Energy Institute whose broad research interests focus on the social and environmental dimensions of energy in the global South. She began her academic career as a natural scientist, receiving a BSc in Biology from the University of Leeds, before completing an MSc in Environmental Technology from Imperial College London. Her PhD, undertaken at University College London (UCL), investigated how European biofuel policy influenced the political ecology of biofuels in Guatemala, and the subsequent outcomes for national and local sustainable development. She is an experienced researcher having previously worked as a research assistant on a wide range of projects that have spanned sustainable consumption, public engagement with renewable energy, and the sustainability of bioenergy and hydrogen systems. She has published over a dozen journal articles and book chapters.