Pete Clutton-Brock is working on developing and coordinating UK influencing strategy on EU energy and climate policy, as well as on assessing the implications of the UK / EU referendum for energy and climate change.
Pete has experience of addressing climate change from a Government and private sector perspective, having previously worked for the UK Government developing climate and energy policy, and as a renewable energy project developer.
Pete’s experience in Government included working on UK energy policy in the HM Treasury energy team, where he was the Treasury lead on the design of the Green Investment Bank, Feed In Tariff policy and the Renewable Heat Incentive. Following this he worked on international climate finance for the UK Department for International Development, advising the UK Board Member of the Green Climate Fund on the design of the new institution. He has also worked at the Department of Energy and Climate Change developing new energy efficiency legislation and international policy on deforestation.
More recently Pete worked as a renewable energy project developer, with a focus on developing large-scale renewable energy projects in the UK.
Pete has a BSc in Environmental Science from the University of East Anglia and a Masters in Leadership for Sustainable Development from Forum for the Future / Middlesex University.