Malcolm Grimston Keynote Speaker
- Expert on nuclear policy and the global future of civil nuclear energy
- Expert on emerging themes in liberalised power markets
- Associate Fellow at Chatham House
Malcolm Grimston's Biography
Malcolm Grimston is an Associate Fellow at Chatham House conducting an investigation into the future of civil nuclear energy. He is a regular media contributor on energy and nuclear matters.
His expertise lies in nuclear policy, nuclear technology, electricity policy, and emerging themes in liberalised power markets.
He is currently working on a project examining the importance of politics to nuclear new build: an examination of the relationship between political, scientific and public mindsets and its influence on decision-making in the scientific and technical field.
Before joining Chatham House in 1999, Malcolm worked at the Atomic Energy Authority from 1987. In 1995 he joined Imperial College as a Senior Research Fellow.
Malcolm’s publications include “Double or Quits: The Global Future of Civil Nuclear Energy” (Routledge, 2002) and “Civil Nuclear Energy: Fuel of the Future or Relic of the Past?” (Royal Institute of International Affairs, 2002).