Jamie works primarily with projects related to the energy sector focusing on the conversion to sustainable solutions. Jamie has an in-depth knowledge of energy systems and the interaction between energy systems and existing technological solutions. Jamie also finds new innovative solutions, which he has demonstrated in the recently completed project Green Collective Heating. Here, Jamie as project manager has helped develop a calculation tool used to calculate potentials to utilize surplus heat from industries. This tool is further developed in an international perspective in the Interreg project LowTEMP, where Jamie is also our project manager.
Jamie also has experience with projects related to smart city development, strategic energy planning and energy and CO2 inventories, and is also included in other of the Center’s projects.
Jamie is a graduate engineer in Sustainable Energy Engineering from The Technical University of Denmark, specializing in thermodynamic and mechatronic systems, and is a certified Prince2 project manager. Jamie has earlier experience from a larger Danish energy company, where Jamie has studied and analyzed the impact of new technology solutions in the electricity and heating sectors.
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