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Alastair Mumford is responsible for reducing Devon County Council’s energy consumption and increasing use of renewable energy. Alastair has worked in the sustainable energy sector for over 15 years in sector development, technical delivery and project management roles for both the private and public sector.

Martyn is a Certified Energy Manager with over 20 years’ experience in the industry, working as either the in-house specialist, or as a contracted Energy consultant for large, multi-site businesses. As a former Process Control Engineer he has worked in the Power Generation and Pharmaceutical production industries before moving into the energy sector in the mid 1990’s when market deregulation was underway. In his current role he continues to provide data analysis services and conduct on-site energy surveys, identifying the potential for the reduction of cost and consumption of utilities and the development and delivery of Carbon Management strategies.

With both a technical and commercial background, Mark is responsible for managing Engie’s growing demand response business across the UK.

Lee joined Mitie early in 2016 as Head of Demand Side Management looking after Smart Grids and energy performance contracts.  For the last 7 years Lee has worked in energy & sustainability focussing on Smart Grids. During this time Lee has delivered Europe’s largest distributed Smart Grid, become a member of the Energy Institute & Energy Managers Association and authored research papers on carbon emissions.  Prior to this Lee worked for 16 years in the telecommunications sector fulfilling roles both commercial and technical. Lee started out in global product management, before taking a role as an IT software architect, and finally as a programme director. 

Kam is Director of Energy in CBRE’s Global Workplace Solutions division, having overall responsibility for energy and sustainability deliverables for a portfolio of blue chip clients across the EMEA, APAC and LATAM regions. This includes managing account teams to take client portfolios (including critical facilities and data centres) from the transition process through to development of strategies, tactical plans and implementation of projects. This work is underpinned by detailed data analysis and energy assessments and successful engagement within multi-stakeholder environments

Unite operates around 130 student halls of accommodation in 28 cities. James has overall responsibility for all energy, water and environmental management across UNITE’s whole estate, comprising more than 40,000 student bedrooms, common and landlord areas, and company offices, with a specific remit to realise demanding utilities and carbon savings and improve wider environmental performance. James’ responsibilities include policy and strategy planning, CRC, CDP, and corporate carbon reporting, sustainability, behavioural change and engagement, and project management. He is now overseeing a demand-side management programme involving electric heating.

With a data centre and comms technical background, Graeme has been with Vodafone for four years. He is Senior Procurement manager on indirect spend operating across European markets. He has a strong focus on energy, technical and mission critical property and services.

Kate has almost two decades experience in energy and carbon management, working with a range of public and private sector clients. She currently manages the Engineering, Energy and Sustainability teams within NSS Health Facilities Scotland (part of NHS National Services Scotland). Kate has responsibility for stakeholder engagement with all NHS Boards, Scottish Government and other organisations, staff management and project delivery.

Kate is also a non-executive director of Energy for Edinburgh, an arms-length ESCO owned by City of Edinburgh Council.

Partner Logistics operates six large-scale state-of-the-art deep freeze warehouses across The Netherlands, Belgium and the UK. The company has undertaken a range of energy efficiency measures and is now working to monetise flexibility. In the UK, Ian is driving those projects, utilising technical and engineering knowledge to help enable strong commercial outcomes.

Sotiris is the head of smart grid development at UK Power Networks and has over 10 years experience with UK Power Networks in the areas of innovation, construction and energy services development.

Having spent the last few years developing innovation that accelerates the connection of renewables on the grid, Sotiris is now responsible for developing and implementing UK Power Networks’ smart grid strategy.