Maggie’s expertise is in advanced power generation and multi-pollutant control. She is interested in the role of different fuels in a carbon-neutral energy future. Her current work is on methanol production and markets, while past research has focused on power plant efficiency, flexibility and pollution controls.
Maggie is also active in the outreach work of the ICSC. She represents the Centre on the Future Energy System technical committee of VGB, a Germany-based global association for power and heat generation companies, which is very active in communicating factual data to inform policymakers.
Previously Maggie worked in different roles, including at the University of Nottingham. There, she was involved in a variety of research projects, including multi-pollutant control from the power generation sector and coal-biomass fly ash utilisation. She graduated in Environmental Engineering (PhD and MSc -University of Nottingham, UK).
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