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Other specialists / Full-time

Established in 2021, the Centre for Net Zero (CNZ) is a multi-disciplinary facility using research and engagement to accelerate the global transition to net zero. Central to CNZ’s work will be the development of primarily open-source models, simulations and related tools, to develop detailed understanding of the behaviours of future energy systems and generate insights to inform future policy, regulation and investment to support the green energy transition. Our programme of research will incorporate short- and long-term horizons with the short-term research planned to be approached in an agile, iterative fashion enabling rapid generation of early insights and validation of future research routes.

CNZ’s scope is international, and although its early research is expected to focus on UK energy systems (in particular the decarbonisation of transport, heat and buildings), this role will additionally include investigating and modelling energy systems based on markets outside the UK. Our team is based in London and flexible working arrangements are supported. Some UK and international travel may be required.

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