Noam Bergman


Noam Bergman joined the Lower Carbon Futures team in January 2008 to work on micro-generation and small scale renewables. He joined ECI from the Tyndall Centre at the University of East Anglia, where he worked on the European MATISSE project, focusing on transitions to sustainable development, and developing modelling tools for policymakers to assess sustainability implications of proposed policies, and leading on a case study of transitions to sustainable housing in the UK.

Noam previously trained as a natural scientist, studying Physics as an undergraduate and Environmental Sciences at MSc level, both at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel. He completed a PhD in Earth System Sciences at the School of Environmental Sciences of UEA in Norwich in 2003, where he developed COPSE, a geological time-scale biogeochemical model.