Cerulogy is the consultancy of Dr Chris Malins. Chris is an expert in low carbon and clean fuels policy, with experience working on low carbon fuels in Europe, North America, Indonesia, and global aviation. At Cerulogy, we believe that environmental challenges are complex and we know that tracking and understanding an ever expanding literature is challenging. We’re interested in getting into the details, working with regulators, NGOs and industry to find common understanding and common ground, and looking for creative solutions to wicked problems.

As well as publishing research reports, Chris works with the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission advising on the greenhouse gas calculation methodology for the EU’s Innovation Fund, represents Transport and Environment on sector team 6 of the EU Sustainable Finance Platform, and is a member of the International Coalition for Sustainable Aviation delegation to the Fuels Task Group of the International Civil Aviation Organisation.

Cerulogy’s past clients include:

  • The International Council on Clean Transportation
  • The Union of Concerned Scientists
  • The European Commission
  • Lanzatech
  • The NextGen Policy Centre
  • FuelsEurope
  • GreenEA
  • The European Waste to Advanced Biodiesel Association
  • Transport and Environment
  • The European Climate Foundation
  • Rainforest Foundation Norway
  • Ecologistas en Acción
  • The Clean Air Task Force
  • Ceres
  • The National Wildlife Federation

Chris was formerly the program lead of the fuels program at the International Council on Clean Transportation. He started his fuels career leading communications for the Renewable Fuels Agency, the world’s first biofuel sustainability regulator. He has lectured on low carbon fuels for the Energy Policy option of the Environmental Technology masters degree at Imperial College London and has sat on advisory groups for the European Commission, UK Department of Transport, California Air Resources Board, International Civil Aviation Organisation, Alberta Department of Energy and Roundtable on Sustainable Biomaterials. He holds a doctorate in applied mathematics from the University of Sheffield.