Chris Rosslowe

Senior Energy & Climate Data Analyst

Chris specialises in clean energy systems and in his role at Ember uses future energy scenarios to provide insights and key data to track and guide the transition from fossil to clean – particularly in Europe. His recent work includes modelling a 2030 coal phase-out pathway for Czechia to inform the coal commission, and an analysis of net-zero frontrunners and their plans to build clean power systems by the 2030s.

Chris previously held roles in the UK Civil Service analysing energy & environmental policy, and holds a PhD in astrophysics. When not knee-deep in data, he can be found cycling or evangelising about Parkrun to anyone who will listen.

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New Generation: Building a clean European electricity system by 2035

Ember modelling of least-cost power system pathways reveals that a clean power system by 2035 should be at the core of energy planning for a net-zero continent by mid-century.

  • Europe
  • European Union
  • Solar
  • Wind
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Zero-Carbon Power

Analysis reveals an unspoken consensus among climate front-runners that zero-carbon power in the 2030s is key to net zero 2050.

  • United States
  • Coal
  • Wind
  • Solar
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Coal-free Czechia 2030

Energy modelling by Ember shows that Czechia can phase out coal from electricity and heating by 2030.

  • European Union
  • Czechia
  • Coal