In 2013 I completed my PhD at Aston Business School and started working as a researcher for the European Bioenergy Research Institute (EBRI). My PhD was about strategic sourcing and purchasing of biomass for UK combustion power projects. The PhD was done in association with Express Energy Ltd, a Birmingham based biomass power developer.
Before my PhD I had graduated from Newcastle University with a degree in Physics and a masters degree in renewable energy engineering. I then worked for TNEI services Ltd, an energy consultancy based in the North East. For TNEI I was involved with energy efficiency consultancy, project development, on-site renewable feasibility projects and legislative compliance including in the area of carbon trading and abatement.
At EBRI I mainly work on the BioenNW Interreg project assisting West Midlands companies to develop small to medium scale sustainable energy from waste projects. I also work on a decision support tool which provides support, with expert advice to organisations that have opportunities to develop small scale energy from waste schemes. I also give business engagement presentations and workshops for EBRI for the wide range of businesses and organisations that engage with the institute.
Position: Research Associate
Phone: +44 (0)121 204 5482
A review of multi-criteria decision-making methods for bioenergy systems, J. Scott, W. Ho, P.K. Dey, Energy, 42(1), 146-156, 2012
Strategic Sourcing in the UK bioenergy industry, J. Scott, W. Ho, P.K. Dey, International Journal of Production Economics, 146(2), 478 - 490, 2013
Optimizing biomass supply portfolios, J. Scott, W. Ho, P.K. Dey, Advances in Manufacturing Technology - xxvi, 73-79, 2012
Fuel supplier selection for large scale UK bioenergy schemes, J. Scott, W. Ho, P.K. Dey, World Renewable Energy Congress, Linkoping, 1-8, 2011
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