CHRIS MOTTERSHEAD

CHRIS MOTTERSHEAD

Chris Mottershead

Chris Mottershead
Vice Principal (Research and Innovation)
King's College London
London UK

Chris Mottershead is Vice-Principal (Research and Innovation). He joined King’s College London in 2009 after retiring from BP, where he worked for 30 years, most recently as their Global Advisor on Energy Security and Climate Change.

Prior to this he was Technology Vice President for the Global Gas, Power and Renewables businesses, and was also the technical manager for its North Sea exploration and production activities.

He has an Applied Physics degree, an MSc in Cybernetics, is a Chartered Electrical engineer, and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.

As well as his College accountabilities, he is a non-Executive Director of the Carbon Trust, Francis Crick Institute and Imanova, a Governor of King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and a member of the Scientific Advisory Group of the Department of Energy and Climate Change in the UK as well as the Advisory Board of the National Center of Atmospheric Research in the US.