Alona Armstrong

UKERC Researcher

Alona is a Natural Environment Research Council Industrial Innovation Fellow and a Senior Lecturer in Energy & Environmental Sciences. She is based in the Plant, Soil and Land Systems research group within Lancaster Environment Centre and is a core member of Energy Lancaster, leading the Energy & Environment Theme.

Alona's research focuses on the implications of the low carbon energy transition on the local environment, including ecosystem function, properties and service provision. She use a range of desk, field, laboratory and modelling approaches to resolve understanding, taking a positive approach – how can we decarbonise energy supplies, utilising more land for renewable energy infrastructure whilst maximising environmental co-benefits?