Rhythm loving energy manager and engineer now working in a procurement organisation advising on energy efficiency and renewablesOther
Energy manager turned procurement professional; I work for the UK's largest public buying organisation, helping public sector organisations to achieve cost and efficiency savings on their energy use. My background is in energy efficiency and renewables and I can now use this experience to help advise energy managers on how they can meet their budget and carbon targets.
I am particularly interested to meet public sector energy managers wanting to access OJEU compliant frameworks for renewable energies, metering, monitoring and control equipment, energy bureau services and other energy efficiency products and services.
I am also keen to chat to suppliers who have a products or services which they would like to get in front of a public sector audience.
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