Amy Salisbury

at Department for Science, Innovation and Technology (DSIT)

Heat Strategy Policy Lead, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Policy Fellow Alumna, Centre for Science and Policy

Amy works in BEIS where she is leading thinking on the long-term options for decarbonising the provision of heating and cooling in the UK. She joined the civil service in 2013 as a specialist working on low carbon building policy and has developed expertise in the application of scientific evidence to support policy development.

Amy is a trained engineer and spent 5 years working on building physics analysis, designing energy systems in buildings and developing sustainability strategies. She has a BSc in Physics and Philosophy and an MSc Energy Conversion and Management, both from the University of Nottingham.