David is an internationally experienced and proven technology leader in Industrial Internet of Things (“IIoT”) energy management and connected lighting, who has led significant international businesses as President and CEO for Philips Lighting (UK and Ireland), Rockwell Automation (UK and Ireland) and Schneider Electric (Sweden and Romania). He is currently Executive Vice President, Northern Europe, of ABB’s Electrification Business division. David has an MBA and a degree in electronic engineering and physics.
Harvey co-founded eLight and is a proven technology entrepreneur, who has achieved a number of
successful exits of business over the last 15 years across a variety of different sectors; Software, Internet, ecommerce and in the Hospitality sector. In 2000, Harvey founded The Hot Group Plc (THG), which listed on AIM in 2002 and which he led on a successful consolidation of the online recruitment market, through a buy and build strategy, before leading the sale to Trinity Mirror in 2006. Harvey was investment director for Scottish Enterprise at Design LED between 2015 and 2019.
Ric was an audit and corporate finance partner with Deloitte from 2002 – 2009 and led their London Capital Markets practice helping international companies to list on AIM and the Main Market. He was CFO and then CEO of EQPaymaster, the Pension Administration, Payroll and software division of Equiniti Group plc, from 2013-2019 and the Deputy Group CFO at Waterlogic, having joined them to list on AIM, from 2011-2012. Prior to joining Deloitte, Ric had joined Arthur Andersen after leaving university in 1988, trained as a chartered accountant and made partner in 1999.
Following over 14 years as an investment banker at leading City institutions including UBS Warburg and Deutsche Bank, including as the Managing Director responsible for the energy and utilities industries, Nigel spent 15 years as Chief Financial Officer or Chief Executive Officer of a number of private and public companies. In addition to the Company, Nigel is currently a Non-Executive Director of BlackRock Throgmorton plc and several AIM listed companies including DeepVerge plc and Location Sciences plc.
Andrew is an experienced private equity investor and senior strategy leader specialising in supporting businesses through periods of significant scaling, transformation and M&A. Andrew is a qualified accountant and, after roles in corporate finance and corporate recovery, focussed on private equity as a Managing Director of the RBS Special Opportunities Fund LLP. In 2012 Andrew joined Dixons Retail Group plc as Group Strategy Director to lead strategy and M&A. Andrew played a leading role in the merger with Carphone Warehouse plc, subsequently becoming integration director and interim CEO of the services division, as well as continuing to lead all strategy and M&A work for the enlarged group. Andrew is currently Executive Chairman of Hunter Boot Limited.
Derek joined eEnergy following the acquisition of Beond Group in December 2020. He was the controlling shareholder of Beond, having held senior management and Board roles, including Managing Director and, from 2015, Chief Executive Officer. Previously, Derek was the Managing Director of iVentures Capital, an investment vehicle that raised funds to invest in and manage energy market businesses. Mr. Myers has previously worked as a strategy consultant at Accenture and futures trader at Macquarie Bank, trading, inter alia, energy products.
Gary is a chartered engineer. He brings considerable strategic experience having worked in the energy and carbon sector and supports the Group Board as an Independent Non-Executive Director. His career has included a variety of executive leadership roles guiding businesses through organic growth and Pan European expansion, acquisitions, and trade sales. He was MD of EnergyQuote JHA, one of the largest energy consultants acquired by Accenture, MD of Energy and Carbon Management acquired by Inspired Energy plc and currently operates as Executive Chairman for UDIntel.
Crispin has over 20 years of experience in strategy, M&A and investments. His previous roles include Director of Strategy and Corporate Development at Dixons Carphone, Investment Director at Duke Street, a UK private equity firm, and Director at Royal Bank Equity Finance, the manager of the £1.1 billion RBS Special Opportunities Fund. Crispin started his career at PwC where he qualified as a chartered accountant.
Delvin has over 25 years of experience in the energy sector having worked for some of the UK’s largest utilities. Among other roles Delvin has previously been Head of Energy Services for EDF, supporting their customers in delivering cash and carbon savings, and CEO of Anesco, an energy efficiency solutions company. He was CEO of UtilityTeam from 2019 until it was acquired by eEnergy in September 2021 when he assumed responsibility for the enlarged Energy Management division.
Simon has a proven track record of over 20 years, creating high-performing teams and delivering above-target sales growth through innovative solutions across a range of industries including energy, telecoms, procurement and IT. Among other roles Simon has previously been part of the Executive Management team and held the position of Group Sales and Marketing Director for Yu Group plc, a specialist supplier of energy and utility solutions to UK businesses and the Commercial Director of Utilyx Ltd (now part of Mitie PLC), a supplier of energy procurement and price risk management services to the corporate sector. Simon joined eEnergy to lead the Energy Efficiency Division in November 2021.
Neil is a proven business leader with over 20 years of experience in a variety of businesses from start-ups to large corporates. Previous roles include Sales Director at Trinity Mirror Digital Recruitment and in 2008 Neil led the EMAP digital recruitment strategy and transformation from print to online. Before joining as MD of eCharge, Neil was Managing Director of Moneyexpert one of the UK’s leading price comparison sites.