Note on Contributors

Professor Janet F. Barlow is in the Department of Meteorology at the University of Reading and does research in urban meteorology, natural ventilation and renewable energy. She was a Board member of the International Association for Urban Climate, and is currently on the Steering Committee for the UK Wind Engineering Society. She is also on the Met Office Scientific Advisory Committee.

Dr Modassar Chaudry is a Senior Research Fellow in the School of Engineering at Cardiff University. His expertise covers a range of energy topics, in particular modelling (optimisation) and analysis of gas, electricity and heating supply systems. He has co‐authored a number book chapters and journal papers on integrated energy network modelling and analysis.

Dr Phil Coker is a Lecturer in Renewable Energy in the School of the Built Environment, University of Reading. Following 15 years as an engineer in the UK gas industry, he has spent the last decade researching the impacts of variability in low‐carbon energy systems. Current projects range from helping the system operator respond to increased intermittent renewables, through assessing the system value of hydrogen to supporting development of a commercial vehicle‐to‐grid solution.

Joe Doak is Associate Professor of Urban Planning and Development at the University of Reading. He has undertaken major research into the formulation and implementation of regional, strategic and local planning policies, and was a senior planning ...

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