ANESCO, the energy efficiency company, has appointed Edwin Hamilton as chief financial officer.
A chartered accountant with over 20 year’s industrial experience at senior level, Hamilton joins Anesco having previously worked as vice president finance for Smartest Energy, a buyer of renewable energy from independent renewable energy generators in the UK.
Previously, Hamilton has held senior roles within companies operating in the electricity supply sector, transmission and distribution networks and gas/electricity trading.
Adrian Pike, Anesco CEO, said: “As a company we are committed to advancing the industry through innovation and developing models of best practice. We continue to achieve significant growth and Edwin’s extensive financial background, combined with his global energy industry experience, will be a tremendous asset moving forward.”
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