Luke Warren is the Chief Executive at the Carbon Capture and Storage Association (CCSA) and started his current position in October 2013. He joined the CCSA in 2009.
Luke has worked on a wide range of CCS policy issues for the association, including UK Electricity Market Reform, CCS regulations, European CCS activities as well as international bodies working on CCS and climate change issues. In his role he has provided evidence to Governments, developed multiple papers and spoken widely on CCS matters. He is regularly invited to participate in various national and international activities and groups that promote CCS as a response to concerns over climate change. Prior to joining the CCSA Luke worked in a number of positions in the energy industry.
Luke has a PhD in Biological Sciences from University College London and a Degree in Environmental Sciences from Queen Mary, University of London.
Energy Policy Advisor
Energy Systems Catapult; Stream chair
Susie has a background in engineering, which she applies to her work in energy policy with emphasis on innovation and whole systems decarbonisation of the energy sector. She has advised on wide-ranging policy areas, including electricity market reform, integrated policies for low carbon domestic heating and transport, and the development of a low carbon hydrogen industry within the UK. She brought her whole systems knowledge to work with BEIS on EfW with CCS last year, placing this exciting new prospect in the wider context of economy wide decarbonisation and assessing the potential policy considerations.