Rachel Freeman is a Research Fellow in Energy Transitions at UCL’s Energy Institute. Her specialist expertise is in applying systems thinking methods to energy systems transition.
Her publications span energy programme evaluations, the rebound effect, energy demand management, redistributed manufacturing, waste prevention, and systems thinking methods for sustainability.
Rachel has a BSc. in Mathematics, a MSc. in Renewable Energy and the Environment, and an Engineering Doctorate in Systems. Her current work focuses on modelling the UK’s energy transition using system dynamics and considering the importance of political and social factors.