Luke joined Eunomia in October 2015 and has worked on a range of projects with a focus on matters related to waste and recycling.
Luke has an interest in many aspects of sustainability and has gained valuable knowledge and experience from his career to date within the environmental sector. While maintaining exposure to a variety of subject matter, he is particularly interested in energy efficiency, renewable energy and reducing waste and enjoys finding and applying novel solutions to complex problems.
Luke’s recent work has included projects for clients including WRAP, the Welsh Government, several local authorities and private companies. His principal contribution has been to projects providing procurement technical support to individual local authorities and waste partnerships. He has been involved with a detailed literature review for the Welsh Government and provision of commercial advice to both public and private sector clients. Luke has also contributed significantly to producing several bids.
Prior to joining Eunomia, Luke worked as a project co-ordinator for the Environment Centre (tEC), an environmental charity in Southampton. He coordinated a range of projects relating to energy efficiency, fuel poverty and waste reduction. His role involved working with senior members of a wide range of organisations including local authorities, SMEs and the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC). He developed an online tool to map and interrogate large energy efficiency datasets which enabled smarter targeting of resources and a better understanding of the housing stock.
Before this, Luke studied at the University of Southampton where he gained a distinction for a Master’s degree in Energy & Sustainability (Energy Resources and Climate Change) and a Bachelor’s degree in Geography.