Steve Webb

Project Manager Steve is currently working as  a project manager on the Braydon Manor Solar Array Steve is a former head of fundraising at both the Wiltshire Wildlife Trust and the national school grounds charity, Learning Through Landscapes. He is currently working part-time on renewable energy projects for Bath & West Community Energy and as Special Projects Manager
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David Bunker

David is a chartered accountant and member of the Academy of Experts with over 20 years’ experience in public practice. He has a long-standing interest in sustainability issues, serving for many years as a trustee of the Centre for Sustainable Energy and is currently a director of Windcluster 2000 Ltd, a wind farm complex in
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John Watson

Non-executive Director “I was delighted to be elected to the Board of WWCE and look forward to getting involved and making a contribution”. John is a recently retired business professional with 12 years Public Service in the military and over 30 years experience in industry Commercial and Public Sector prime contracting. He started his career in the
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Chris Patrick

Non-executive Director I was a chartered accountant for nearly 40 years and obtained a further qualification, membership of the Institute of Corporate Treasurers, half-way through that time. I worked for two large businesses in junior, middle management and senior positions, mainly with finance and administration duties, and, on contract, for a number of smaller businesses.
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David de Saxe

Non-executive Director Born Cheshire. Chartered Accountant, educated Bedales School, married to Anne. Business career principally in multiple retail business, food distribution and logistics, later specialising in finance and taxation. Appointed Overseas Finance Director of Marks and Spencer plc, before leaving to practise accountancy as a sole practitioner with emphasis on business management and taxation. Former
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James Page

Non-executive Director James is currently Head of Engineering at Joju Solar.  He previously worked in telecommunications and broadcasting, from both a technical and regulatory front. He has an engineering degree from Cambridge University. In 2004 he chaired Richmond-upon-Thames’ first Climate Change Task Group while a member of the Environment Scrutiny Committee. He has written articles
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David Lewin

Non-executive Director David is a partner in a London-based consulting firm which specialises in providing policy regulatory advice to governments, regulators and operators in the telecommunications sector worldwide. He has worked on boards of organisations for the last 30 years and, in that time he has acted as managing director, chairman and non-executive director. In
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Emma Chapman

Director Emma is Director of Business and Commercial Services at the Wiltshire Wildlife Trust (WWT), responsible to the CEO for the Finance, Administration, Governance, HR and Training, Health and Safety, ICT Membership, Fundraising and Communications functions. She began her business career with sixteen years in the banking sector with Barclays, latterly as a Branch Manager and
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Jeff Kenna

Director Jeff graduated as a physicist from Bath University. After travelling in Africa he joined the engineering research group working on solar energy, at Cardiff University, where he did his PhD. Since then he has worked throughout the world specialising in energy policy analysis and evaluation of clean energy technologies for both public bodies such
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Jan Willem Bode

Director Jan-Willem Boden is a sustainability and new economy professional and entrepreneur. He has been a researcher at Utrecht University, and has a further career as a consultant and director for various parts of the Ecofys group, after which he founded, grew and sold the carbon credits originator OneCarbon. In 2010, he went on to
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