The Board biographies
Professor Stef Simons, Professor of Energy Systems Engineering - Brunel University London
Stef Simons, is Professor of Energy Systems Engineering and Dean of the College of Engineering, Design & Physical Sciences at Brunel University London.
Professor Jim Petrie, Emeritus Professor in Chemical Engineering - University of Sydney, Australia
Jim Petrie is Emeritus Professor in Chemical Engineering at the University of Sydney, Australia; Honorary Professor at the University of Cape Town, South Africa; and Visiting Professor, University of Surrey, UK.
Mark Apsey, Director - Ameresco Limited
Mark Apsey, MEng CEng FIChemE, is a Director at independent energy services company Ameresco in the UK.
Dr Niall Mac Dowell, Reader in Energy Systems - Imperial College London
Dr Niall Mac Dowell is a Reader in Energy Systems at Imperial College London and is a Fellow of the Institution of Chemical Engineers.
Toby Chancellor-Weale, Technology Manager for Natural Gas Processing - KBR
Toby Chancellor-Weale has a BEng (Hons) in Chemical Engineering from the University of Bradford and an MBA from Imperial College.
Edward Daniels, Executive Vice President - Commercial and New Business Development, Shell
Ed joined Shell in 1988 after graduating with a Master's degree in Chemical Engineering from Imperial College London.
Wui Poh Yong, Independent Consultant
Wui Poh graduated with a BSc in Chemical Engineering. He is a Fellow of IChemE and, also a Board Member of IChemE Singapore. He leads the Energy SIG for IChemE Singapore.
David Lemon, David Lemon Consultants
David graduated with a Bachelor of Technology degree in Mechanical Engineering from Brunel University. His career took him to Lucas Industries, Ricardo Consulting Engineers and The Energy Saving Trust.
Kit Oung, Energy Savings Strategist - Efficien:ology
Kit is an energy and environmental management strategist. He has had a career spanning design, technical operations, management, consultancy, equipment supply, energy performance contracting and policy development.