Members of the Energy Fair group are, alphabetically:
- Dr Dörte Fouquet is senior partner of the law firm Becker Büttner Held (BBH), leading its Brussels office, with specialist knowledge of European law, especially law relating to subsidies and competition. She is also Director of the European Renewable Energies Federation (EREF). And she has a good knowledge of the nuclear industry.
Antony Froggatt is an energy policy consultant and a senior research fellow at Chatham House. He is co-author of the The World Nuclear Industry Status Reports.
- Mark Johnston has worked for Greenpeace International, now works for the European Commission, and is active against nuclear power.
Dr David Lowry
is an independent research policy consultant, specialising in nuclear
issues. He has written widely on that subject with articles in Energy
Policy, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, New York Times,
International Herald Tribune, San Francisco Examiner Science, Nature,
New Scientist, Economist, New Statesman, The Guardian, and even a piece
on nuclear secrecy in Penthouse.
is an energy consultant based in Edinburgh and policy adviser to the
Scottish Nuclear Free Local Authorities, and the National Steering
Committee of UK NFLA.
Pete was co-founder of the Scottish Campaign to Resist the Atomic
Menace (SCRAM), he has represented Greenpeace at international meetings
and is active in several other areas relating to environmental
protection and nuclear power.
Professor Stephen Thomas is professor at the University of Greenwich Business School,
and has been a researcher in the area of energy policy for over 25
years. He specialises in the economics and policy of nuclear power,
liberalisation and privatisation of the electricity and gas industries,
and trade policy on network energy industries.
Dr Gerry Wolff, Coordinator. Gerry is also coordinator of Desertec-UK, The Kyoto2 Support Group (K2S) and Food Plus. In addition to maintaining this website, he maintains two web pages relating to nuclear power: Reports about how to decarbonise the world's economies without nuclear power and Why we don't need nuclear power.