New Zealand Hydrogen Association board member
Energy and Advisory Services Leader, Arup
Liz has worked in NZ, Australia and the UK in energy, integrated transport, emerging technologies, sustainability and demand management over the last 18 years. Liz is the Energy and Advisory Services Leader for Arup in NZ and works on various innovative energy strategy, policies, pilots and projects, including the New Zealand Hydrogen Strategy and the Ports of Auckland Hydrogen Demonstration Project.
Liz returned to New Zealand in 2014 after working for 11 years in London where she sat on the London Hydrogen Consortium and the UK Intelligent Mobility Working Group, which helped develop the first UK autonomous car trial. She was also involved with Transport for London's electric bus and hydrogen fuel cell bus trials.
Liz led on the development of Europe’s first ‘Ultra-Low Emissions Zone’, which is being implemented in central London, and developed a Transport Emissions Road Map for London up to 2040.