Our latest round-up of appointments across the utilities sectors includes former Centrica chief executive Iain Conn taking on a new role, Pennon appointing a chief operating officer and a new addition to the senior team at So Energy.
Treasury director Philip Duffy has been named as the next chief executive of the Environment Agency, assuming the position from July. An interim leader will take the reigns after James Bevan leaves this month.
Our latest roundup of industry appointments includes Severn Trent's chief financial officer's plan to retire. James Bowling will be succeeded by Helen Miles making the company the first in the FTSE100 to have all-female CEO, CFO and chair. Elsewhere RenewableUK's deputy chief executive steps down and Yorkshire's innovation manager is to head Thames' smart networks.
James Bevan will step down from his role as chief executive of the Environment Agency with effect from March next year after seven years in the role. Working closely with the next head of the EA will be Trudy Harrison, recently confirmed as water minister at the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs under Terese Coffey. Elsewhere Severn Trent has strengthened its board.
Alex Plant, Anglian's director of strategy and regulation has been named as the new chief executive of Scottish Water to succeed Douglas Millican who will retire May 2023. Meanwhile, a second permanent secretary will re-join BEIS from HS2. Clive Maxwell, who was head of energy transformation in 2016/17 in the department, will work alongside Sarah Munby.
In our latest roundup of industry appointments, British Water’s chief executive Lila Thompson has joined the Welsh Water board and Severn Trent has announced retirement of its long-serving general counsel and group secretary, whose role is to be split two.
Utility Week's latest round-up of appointments across the sector includes a new chair at the Environment Agency; a non-executive director joining SES Water from BP and a new addition to the Crown Estate.
Our latest round-up of appointments across the sector, includes former National Grid chief executive Nick Winser joining the National Infrastructure Commission. Other notable moves include at CCW, Women’s Utilities Network and the Joint Nature Conservation Committee.
The start of the new financial year has brought a flurry of moves and shakes across energy and water sectors including a new leadership structure at SSE Renewables, directorate change at Anglian, and SES Water’s chair stepping down after nine years.
This week's round up of industry appointments includes, Shell Energy appointing its chief operating officer Jodie Eaton as chief executive of its B2B supply arm as well as directorial changes at both Portsmouth and Yorkshire Water companies.
Anglian has created an environment directorate and welcomed Robin Price back from Water Resources East to head it up; Shell Energy Retail's chief executive Ed Kamm will step down in the new year to be succeeded by Tony Keeling, formerly of SSE
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