Hannah Daly is a Research Associate in Energy Systems at the UCL Energy Institute. She joined the Energy Institute in October 2012 upon completing her PhD in University College Cork. Hannah’s research interests are in developing transport and energy models and using these tools to inform policy-making.
Her PhD research involved creating a model of the Irish car stock, which was used to examine the impact of policy measures on meeting climate targets in the future. She has also worked on developing the representation of travel behaviour in energy systems models. Hannah graduated in 2009 with a BSc in Mathematical Sciences from University College Cork.