With a background in the energy sector, Molly has experience in renewable energy and sustainable behavioural change. At Eunomia, she has applied her analytical skills and energy specific knowledge to a range of projects for both public and private sector clients.
Since joining Eunomia, Molly has been involved in a waste audit project for the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA). Her responsibilities include researching waste destinations across the company’s sites and managing the project database. Molly has contributed to maintaining the Renewable Energy Planning Database (REPD) as part of the continuous effort to keep the database accurate and up to date for BEIS. More recently she has undertaken research work for the European Commission on a scoping study into the issue of microplastics. These projects have built on Molly’s existing renewable energy and waste related knowledge and have developed her eye for detail and organisational abilities in handling and analysing large datasets.
Previously employed as an advisor at OVO Energy, Molly carried out analytical tasks with a client-facing role. She was responsible for promoting the company’s renewable tariffs and worked with the Centre for Sustainable Energy to engage clients in the important topics of energy efficiency and sustainability. Molly developed specialist knowledge in subjects such as; smart metering, fuel poverty, Feed-in Tariffs and energy efficiency. When working on an independent project within the business team Molly gained experience liaising with councils, charities and businesses to manage their accounts and implement sustainable solutions.
Molly has a BSc degree in Geography from the University of Exeter. During her studies, she focused on the subject areas of climate change science and environmental sustainability, gaining valuable experience in project research, data analysis, GIS and mapping. In addition to this, Molly volunteers with a Bristol charity which supports sustainable transport and behavioural change.