MANAGEMENT AND BOARD OF EN10ERGY LTD.
The Directors and Management Committee members are volunteers, and receive no remuneration from en10ergy. Rule 23.2 of en10ergy Rules relates to conflicts of interest.
Chair: Dermot Barnes
Dermot was a founding member of MHSG and en10ergy and had a central role in the team which made the applications to DECC which allowed en10ergy to install their first 2 solar roofs in Muswell Hill. He also set up the Low Carbon Buying Group helping local residents to buy energy saving solutions at reduced prices and is always happy to share his passion for all things Green. His background is in the property and construction sectors where most recently, he ran a business supplying and installing sustainable glazing, insulation and renewable energy systems. He holds an MSc degree in Sustainable Resources; Economy, Policy and Transitions from the Bartlett School, UCL.
Vice-chair: Sydney Charles
Sydney is active in groups around Muswell Hill and Highgate on projects that combat Climate Change and Air Pollution. She holds an MBA and her background is in business strategy and commercial purchasing. She worked with Power Up North London recently on their project to install solar panels on the roof of St Anne’s church in Highgate. Sydney is a member of Community Energy London and the London Sustainability group for Air Quality and works on initiatives that increase clean electricity, clean travel, clean air.
Vice-chair: Cara Jenkinson
Cara works for an environmental charity, Ashden. She has been involved in local sustainability since 2010, and has been Chair of Muswell Hill Sustainability Group since 2012. In this role, she has organised many workshops and events relating to home energy efficiency and renewables. Cara is also an active climate campaigner, and has participated in recent Extinction Rebellion protests. She recently completed an MSc in Economics and Policy of Energy and the Environment at UCL
Secretary: Pamela Harling
Pamela Harling is a resident of Tottenham and has lived in Haringey for 25 years.She is company secretary of en10ergy Ltd. With a degree in Natural Sciences, she has worked for a variety of environmental organisations, including the Woodland Trust, the International Institute for Environment and Development and the International Council for Science. Having become concerned about climate change around 2004, she has been reducing her carbon footprint ever since, and through the Sustainable Haringey network is active in encouraging others to do the same. Community energy and local food growing are particular areas of interest.
Director: Thomas Donkor
Thomas has worked in the energy sector since 1995, initially as manager of the North East London Energy Efficiency Advice Center (currently know as Thames Energy) working across 6 London Boroughs. He had a particular focus on getting local schools involved in renewable technologies, and was involved in organising the first European schools energy conference held at Fortsmire school. He was subsequently sales and marketing manager SolarEmpower producing of Solar Hot water systems. In a personal capacity he is campaigning for the transfer of renewable energy technologies from UK to Ghana and Nigeria, aiming especially to encourage Ghanaian / African residents in the UK to invest in renewable technologiesin their home countries.
Director: Alex King
Alex King is a retired archivist. He has had a long involvement in the running of trade union and community organisations, and is currently membership secretary of Muswell Hill Sustainability Group, and treasurer of Alexandra Park Community Website – a local information and discussion forum. He and his partner Annabel also run a (very) small publishing business. He has lived in Wood Green since 1992.
Brian is a retired civil engineer and member of Muswell Hill Sustainability Group, where he manages the use of the Group’s thermal imaging camera. As property steward of Muswell Hill Methodist Church, one of en10ergy’s earliest sites for solar panels, he is ken to find sustainable energy solutions for public buildings.