Thomas Briault leads Energy across South East Asia for Arup and is co-chair of the IPPF hydrogen committee. He is a chartered engineer with over 18 years of experience in the low carbon energy sector.
He has worked on a wide variety of low carbon energy projects, from concept to construction, with a particular specialism in commercial structuring of projects.
He has worked on the procurement of a number of renewable energy integrated solutions over the past few years, with a focus on the energy transition, including hydrogen, onshore and offshore wind, solar PV, batteries, district heating and cooling and heat pumps. He is also technical advisor to a number of UK, European and global energy efficiency funds.
Thomas has recently given up seats on a number of UK Industry and Government working groups, and has been invited to author a number of industry and government guidance standards in the UK. He recently led Project Cavendish, a project to create a blue hydrogen hub on the Isle of Grain in the UK capable of replacing 50% of London and the South East of England’s gas supply.