Peter Roscoe, is from Lancashire and was educated at Bolton School and the University of London.
Peter provides economic and financial advice across energy and climate change policy areas. He is an authority on heating, energy efficiency, and the transition to low carbon technologies.
He is currently advising local authorities and national government on heat network and sustainable energy plans; including appraisal of options and potential sources of finance. He is also a visiting lecturer at Imperial College’s Centre for Environmental Policy and the University of Surrey.
Peter was a Senior Economist at DECC (and predecessor Departments) from 2000 to 2015. He led work to launch and develop significant climate change and energy policies, including: Heat Networks Investment Project; The Heat Strategy; support for Combined Heat and Power; the Renewable Heat Incentive; Green Deal and the Energy Company Obligation; Smart Meter roll-out; EU Emissions Trading Scheme benchmarks.
Peter was the lead British economist at ground breaking international climate change negotiations for the Kyoto Protocol implementation and the development of the EU Emission Trading Scheme.
Peter is a graduate of the London School of Economics (B.Sc. Econ)