UK office

Contact our team in the UK

Contact the UK office

Since leaving the EU, the UK has the opportunity to implement policies that accelerate the shift to sustainable transport faster than current EU rules and provide an exemplar for what is possible. T&E UK works to secure ambitious UK transport policies which do this.

This includes successfully campaigning for the end to new cars and vans sales with engines by 2035, and the inclusion of aviation and shipping emissions in carbon budgets that the EU is still to embrace.  The T&E UK also works to ensure new progressive EU regulations are matched in the UK.

Greg Archer

UK Director

Greg Archer

UK Director

Greg has been with T&E since 2012. He was previously the director of Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership, a UK public-private partnership promoting the shift to clean vehicles and fuels. He has also worked as a non-executive director for the UK Government's Renewable Fuels Agency and Cenex, a centre of excellence for low carbon technologies. Having led T&E's clean vehicles programme for six years, Greg now heads up our campaigns in the UK. A chemist by training, Greg describes himself as a “pragmatic environmentalist”.

Matt Finch

Policy Manager, UK

Matt Finch

Policy Manager, UK

Matt joined T&E in 2021 having worked on climate change policy for the past decade. Much of his focus was on aviation, but he has also worked extensively on the UK electric vehicle policy. Prior to that, he was a director of a mid-sized consultancy company based in the City of London. He holds a master’s in International Politics and a degree in Business Studies. Outside of work, Matt will mostly be seen running as he a) has two kids with more energy than he has, and b) signed up to run a 100km race in July 2021. While his heart is committed to running this distance, he is less sure about his knees.

Morgan Jones

Data Analyst, UK

Morgan Jones

Data Analyst, UK

Morgan joined T&E in 2020. She has previously worked in offshore wind and wave energy and specialises in techno-economic analysis and modelling. As part of the UK office, she is working on UK-specific research and analysis. Morgan is originally from Devon in the south west of the UK. She has an MSc in sustainable energy systems from the University of Edinburgh, where she studied science, engineering and the economics of decarbonisation. She likes travelling, preferably without flying, and is currently trying to learn German. Outside of the office her hobbies are quite weather dependent, and she will either be found hiking outdoors or inside reading and baking.

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The UK office is currently focused on 5 areas of work:

  1. Securing an effective delivery plan for the phase out of ICE cars and vans including establishing a zero emissions vehicles sales mandate; and world class charging network
  2. Establishing sustainable incentives for supporting the shift to electric vehicles including moving away from grants to a bonus-malus style tax system
  3. Establishing a phase out date and delivery plan to end the sale of diesel trucks
  4. Putting aviation on a net-zero compatible pathway including increasing taxes and use of Sustainable Aviation Fuels
  5. A shift from the use of biofuels in vehicles to sustainable fuels in aviation and shipping.

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