Ivy Rimmer-Tagoe is an economist Consultant within AMION’s Regeneration and Evaluation team. Since joining AMION in 2019, Ivy has worked on over 30 evaluations covering issues such as business support, environmental protection and restoration, innovation, town centre regeneration, the visitor economy and inward investment.
Ivy specialises in environmental economics and gained her Masters in Natural Resource and Environmental Economics (with distinction) from the University of Birmingham. Her dissertation focused on environmental valuation methods and carbon scenario modelling. At AMION, Ivy’s work particularly focuses on environmental economics, environmental policy and natural resource valuation.
Ivy has created a number of models for clients to value their natural resources and their environmental protection activities. She is passionate about environmental protection and helping clients achieve environmental best practice, and has previous experience of evaluating projects related to environmental protection. Ivy also contributes to a number of regeneration schemes by analysing the environmental and sustainability benefits as part of a wider assessment of potential benefits.
Prior to working for AMION, Ivy was the lead energy market analyst in a large energy consultancy and specialised in European renewable power capabilities. She has also worked as a policy advisor in the European Parliament in Brussels.