William Blyth is currently an Associate Fellow of Chatham House under the Sustainable Development Programme, and is also Director of Oxford Energy Associates, a team of independent advisors specialising in energy and climate change policy advice. He works with a range of different organisations in both private and public sector, focussing on climate change policy design and implications for energy sector investment risk, energy security and greenhouse gas emissions.
Until October 2004, William was working at the International Energy Agency in Paris responsible for policy analysis on energy and climate change issues. Prior to joining the IEA, he worked for a short period at the European Environment Agency where he worked as Project Manager on Energy and Environment. Prior to that he worked for over 8 years at one of Europe's largest environmental consultancies - AEA Technology. William has a DPhil in Physics from Oxford University.