David Thorne, chief executive of Gemserv, said: “Building-level energy measures are key to decarbonising our energy system, and our business has responded to this by including a wide range of capabilities and services that put policy into practice, helping Government achieve its objectives in decarbonisation.
“The Sustainable Energy Association is leading the way in developing a vision and policy environment that properly integrates energy efficiency with low carbon energy production from buildings. We see placing building-level measures at the heart of energy policy as being central to this goal. In joining the SEA’s Executive Committee, we look forward to helping shape a more demand-side focussed future, both strategically as well as at a practical level.”
Dave Sowden, chief executive of the Sustainable Energy Association, added: “We are delighted to welcome Gemserv to the ranks of our Executive Members. Gemserv has an unique position in the industry, providing essential services to the proper functioning of key policies affecting a range of our other members’ products and services. In particular its key roles in the Microgeneration Certification Scheme, the Oversight and Registration Body for the Green Deal and its maintenance of statutory metering codes all bring a unique perspective to policy developments in key areas which will be of significant mutual benefit.”