Jamie Stewart is a senior consultant in Oxford Policy Management’s Natural Resources and Energy team and has over ten years of wide-ranging energy experience.
Previously, Jamie was based in Africa with the Tony Blair Institute. In Rwanda he was an advisor to the Ministry of Infrastructure, where he supported the government on investment planning and implementation of off-grid electricity access and led the development of a five-year sector strategic plan. In Ethiopia he was a Power Africa regional advisor, where he modelled the benefits of regional power trade and identified potential cross-border transactions.
Before that he worked in management at Drax, a UK utility, optimising governance and commercial arrangements between business units, and as a consultant at WSP where he managed a number of projects in the UK and internationally, including regulatory reviews and asset valuations, covering transmission, distribution and generation. He began his career as a power trader at Engie, trading the output of a 2 GW pumped storage station and delivering short-term response services to the system operator.