Network launches editorial board
Network has launched an editorial advisory board which is made up of key figures from the sector.
15th March 2018 by Networks
Members will offer insight about marketplace happenings; give thoughts and opinions on topical issues, provide ideas for features and news contributions and help to steer the editorial direction of the magazine.
Network editor Alec Peachey said: “I’m delighted to introduce to readers our editorial advisory board. The board is made up of experienced experts from the gas, power and heat networks.
“With a once in a generation transformation of the energy system taking place it’s important that we’re able to call upon their knowledge and experience to help ensure Network’s content continues to meet the needs of the sector.”
The board is made up of the following representatives:
Jonathan Brearley, senior partner, networks, Ofgem
Louise Kingham OBE, chief executive, Energy Institute (EI)
John Parsons, networks portfolio manager, BEAMA
John Scott, independent consultant
Richard Court, head of regulation and external affairs, Cadent
Matt Rudling, director of customer services, UK Power Networks
Roger Hey, future networks manager, Western Power Distribution
Maxine Frerk, director, Grid Edge Policy
Bernard Magee, head of strategy and marketing for power networks, Siemens
Chris Clarke, director of asset management and health, safety & environment, Wales & West Utilities
Peter Jones, technology strategy manager power grids division, ABB
Ed Gill, UK head of press & public affairs, Energy Networks Association
Tim Rotheray, director, Association for Decentralised Energy
Mark Thompson, senior innovation lead – energy systems, Innovate UK
Joss Clarke, head of stakeholder and external communications, RIIO T2 – National Grid
Ellen Bennett, utilities content director, Network
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