Tedd Mose

Oxford Martin Fellow

Tedd Moya Mose is a legal professional whose inter-disciplinary research interests focus on international energy law and policy, the transition to sustainable energy systems, energy justice, sustainable development and governance, globalisation, and the role of technology in shaping a more sustainable energy future.

He was the inaugural PhD scholar at the Energy Law Institute, Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary University of London where his research project examined ‘The Evolution of a Global Perspective in International Energy Law’. He has taught and held various multi-disciplinary research positions at the University of St. Andrews, Scotland; the University of Cape Town, South Africa; the University of Michigan, USA; and at the Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy at University of Dundee, Scotland.

As a Common Law qualified lawyer (Kenya) with significant experience in transactional, advisory, strategy, and dispute resolution, his work also involves practical aspects of law, regulation and policy in energy, environment & natural resources, climate change, corporate and commercial law, innovation & technology, and sustainable finance. Tedd is consulted by diverse of public and private actors; ranging from multi-nationals to start-ups. He is a board member and strategist in conservation, education, philanthropy, and technology ventures in sub-Saharan Africa. He enjoys collaborative work with diverse teams.