Energy Assets Networks & Pipelines, a leader in the adoption, ownership and management of last mile gas and electricity networks, has appointed a new business development manager covering the north of England and Scotland.
Vicki Dunn, from Tadcaster near York, joins EAN / P with extensive industry experience, having previously worked for companies involved in utility construction.
In her new role, Vicki will develop new business relationships with Independent Connection Providers (ICPs) and work alongside existing EAN / P customers to help them maximize the legacy value of their energy grid construction projects, be it for residential housing or industrial and commercial developments. .
Vicki said: “I am truly delighted to join EAN / P at such an exciting time in the development of the company. This is an area of the energy market that I find really interesting and with the national focus on increasing the supply of housing, many opportunities are opening up.
“I have held many positions during my career, but business development is something that I enjoy very much because it involves working alongside clients to overcome challenges in order to help them achieve their projects. I also believe that my experience working for ICP will add value to our proposition.
Vicki joins one of Britain’s most innovative and dynamic LAN management and ownership companies. In addition to providing a flexible approach to asset adoption, EAN / P has also invested heavily in in-house technical, legal and administrative expertise to support the work of contractors, home builders, and industrial and commercial developers.
This includes the launch of Milestone Legal Progress Tracker, the first online project administration and client communication portal of its kind in the connections industry, allowing clients to see the status of their projects at a glance. , at any time.
The company is also a leading player in the development of the UK’s electric vehicle charging network, working alongside companies such as InstaVolt and MFG to help expand the country’s charging capacity.