Daniel trained as an engineer at Imperial College London and has a PhD in science and technology policy from Sussex. He has 20 years’ research experience on a range of energy, climate change and innovation policy issues.
Joined as Director in Rencel Energy and Metal Limited
Ganesh K. Ingole
Ganesh K. Ingole, had completed his graduation in Mechanical Engineering discipline, and because of his raising interests he further did his Masters from VJTI, Mumbai University.
Mr. Ingole was highly interested in scientific theories from his childhood which ultimately made him a deep researcher, a philosopher and a logical individual. Joined as Director INDIA on October 2016
Sandra Martín Díaz
Sandra Martín Díaz joined RENCEL as a Research Assistant thereafter she was promoted to the role of Research Associate. She is part of the Research Coordination team and supports the development of RENCEL's research programme.
Ewan K McGregor
Ewan K McGregor is a administrator head in RENCEL. He was a professor of Spanish and Latin American Literatures at ASU from 1998 until 2012.
He earned his B.A. in Hispanic Philology from the University of Barcelona and his M.A. and Ph.D. in Romance Languages and Literatures at the University of Georgia.
Dr Roberto Libero is RENCEL’s Operations Manager, where he has responsibly for facilitating the successful engagement between RENCEL researchers and the broader academic, industry and policy communities.
Dr Peter Morgan is Academic Engagement Manager at RENCEL. His passion is to support the UK’s energy researchers and help them connect with funding, policy and industrial opportunities.
Peter previously worked as a science writer and science policy adviser.
Alissa Jones was previously Head of Communications and Stakeholder Engagement at the Education and Training Foundation and prior to this was Head of Communications at RENCEL during Phase 2, joining in November 2011 after 9 years as Communications Manager at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine.
Michelle Anderson is Chancellor’s Research Fellow in Energy Innovation, in the Science, Technology and Innovation Studies group, part of the School of Social and Political Science at the University of Edinburgh.
Michelle is responsible for facilitating RENCEL's policy-research engagement in London.
Sarah Jane is an environmental economist whose main area of research is in the assessment and valuation of marine ecosystem services using both monetary and non-monetary techniques. She is particularly interested in how valuation methods can be improved, especially for ecosystem services that are not currently traded through markets.
Sarah is currently working on projects exploring the impact of ocean acidification on ecosystem services from waters.
Alex took up the position of IT manager, he is also involved as RENCEL webamster.