Khem Rogaly

Researcher

Khem is a researcher working on UK place-based transitions as part of E3G’s clean economy programme.

Khem Rogaly
E3G London Office

Khem in the media

He works across the policies and politics of heat decarbonisation supporting E3G’s research, campaigns and coalition work.

Khem has a close research interest in the just transition and the social issues surrounding heat decarbonisation. Khem also works with the Energy Efficiency and Infrastructure Group helping develop political strategies for heat decarbonisation in the UK and helps coordinate the Green Homes Group of NGOs.

He joined E3G from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) where he worked as part of the Housing team as Policy & Partnerships intern. At JRF, Khem’s research focused on structural racism in the UK housing system as well as the political economy of housing. Before this, Khem was a core member of the successful campaign for Cambridge University to divest its £3.5bn endowment from fossil fuels.

Khem holds a BA in History from the University of Cambridge.

He works across the policies and politics of heat decarbonisation supporting E3G’s research, campaigns and coalition work.

Khem has a close research interest in the just transition and the social issues surrounding heat decarbonisation. Khem also works with the Energy Efficiency and Infrastructure Group helping develop political strategies for heat decarbonisation in the UK and helps coordinate the Green Homes Group of NGOs.

He joined E3G from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) where he worked as part of the Housing team as Policy & Partnerships intern. At JRF, Khem’s research focused on structural racism in the UK housing system as well as the political economy of housing. Before this, Khem was a core member of the successful campaign for Cambridge University to divest its £3.5bn endowment from fossil fuels.

Khem holds a BA in History from the University of Cambridge.

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