Stewart Love, Group Commercial Director at Energy Assets, has been appointed to the main Board.
Stewart, who joined the company is 2015, is welcomed onto the main Board of one of Britain’s fastest-growing independent metering services, asset management and utility network construction companies, having played a key role in the Group’s rapid expansion and its move into new market areas.
Colin Lynch, Chief Executive Officer of Energy Assets, commented:
“Stewart’s commercial acumen and strategic vision have been key contributors to the accelerated growth that the company continues to enjoy. He has played an important role in helping to shape and implement our corporate strategy, with market insight that has supported organic growth, acquisition activity and customer service innovation. I am very pleased to announce his appointment to the Board.”
Stewart Love joined Energy Assets with expertise in energy infrastructure gained via National Grid and with a high level commercial background in the leisure and gaming sector. He has led numerous strategic development programmes for the company, including a customer-focused brand harmonisation project, the opening of new market opportunities and corporate acquisition activities – all of which have contributed to significant growth in Energy Assets’ customer base.
Stewart Love commented:
“Energy Assets is at a very exciting stage in its development, with significant growth opportunities in metering services, data analytics, asset ownership and energy network construction. Our ability to create value for Britain’s energy suppliers, housebuilders, developers, and industrial and commercial end-users is central to our strategy – and we aim to ensure this continues through service innovation, strategic acquisition and organic development. All supported by Energy Assets customer focussed approach”.
In addition to Colin Lynch and Stewart Love, the Energy Assets Board comprises Dave Sing, Group Managing Director of the asset management business stream, Craig Topley, Group Managing Director of network asset construction activities, and John McMorrow, Chief Financial Officer.