Harriett Richardson worked at SEI York during 2015 and 2016 as a Knowledge Transfer Partnership Associate for the CRETE project (Community Renewable Energy Toolkits and Engagement).
Harriett’s role was to develop a decision support toolkit and a suite of legal and fiscal frameworks to support and engage communities and stakeholders in the delivery of community renewable energy schemes. To do this she worked with SEI York and the Yorkshire Energy Partnership.
Her area of expertise is knowledge exchange and stakeholder engagement related to land-based renewable energy technologies. Her research interests also include climate change and land use change effects on plant-soil interactions and carbon cycling processes.