Robin Hood Energy's new model for city energy supply
We are delighted that Robin Hood Energy's Strategy Lead, Mark Bramah, will join our second panel discussion around sustainable energy for cities, on 26 June at City Hall London, with the National Infrastructure Commission, Amber Infrastructure and EDF Energy. Mark has worked in local government and the public sector for 35 years and was a senior strategic manager at the Association for Public Service Excellence (APSE) until 2016.
He was the architect of and lead officer in developing APSE’s local authority energy collaboration ‘APSE Energy’ involving some 60 local authorities from across the UK with the aim of municipalising local energy services, tackling fuel poverty and delivering a range of energy projects including renewable energy and energy efficiency.
Since leaving APSE, Mark has been working as a consultant advising local authorities on municipal energy and the energy transition. He provides support to Robin Hood Energy Ltd. Nottingham City Council’s wholly owned ‘not for profit’ energy supply company on policy and business development. Mark has given presentations on behalf of Robin Hood Energy most recently at an Energy Cities seminar on local authority energy companies held in Ettlingen and also the ICCA 2019 International Conference on Climate Action held in Heidelberg, both in Germany.
Mark has undertaken a number of projects for local authorities, including earlier this year a local network analysis for the Greater Cambridge Partnership (GCP).
He is a member of the Renewable Energy Association (REA) and the Town and Country Planning Association (TCPA).