Dr Alexandra Revez is a research fellow primarily based within the MaREI SFI research centre on Energy climate and the Marine, where she works on a variety of projects focused on public participation issues linked to energy and sustainability. She is a human geographer with over 10 years of experience working on multidisciplinary research projects in the areas of sustainable transitions, engaged climate action interventions, community development and flood risk management. Alexandra also works with The Cleaner Production Promotion Unit (CPPU) since 2016, working on the ENTRUST project (H2020, 2012-15), and subsequently on the Imagining 2050 project (EPA, 2018-21) both of which involved innovative engagements of the public around energy. She maintains her link with CPPU, where she is currently contributing to the ENCLUDE project (H2020, 2021-24) exploring energy citizenship; and working on the IEA UsersTCP 'Empowering all: Gender in policy and implementation for achieving transitions to sustainable energy'
Alexandra is a Research Fellow in MaREI, the SFI Research Centre for Energy, Climate and Marine. She also works with the Cleaner Production Promotion Unit in UCC.