ElectraLink has appointed Beth Brown as Governance Services Manager to lead the company’s growing portfolio of governance services across the electricity and gas markets.
As the UK energy industry enters a period of rapid evolution, the cost effective and high quality management of the industry’s codes and cost models is increasingly important. ElectraLink’s continuing investment in its governance services business further cements its established position as a competitive service provider with a unique set of skills and capabilities to meet this challenge.
Prior to joining ElectraLink Beth Brown worked for ELEXON where she had been responsible for the assurance framework, working closely with key industry experts and service providers such as the BSC Auditor. In previous years, Beth provided customer support electricity Suppliers and agents and led a number of projects to resolve industry issues.
Beth Brown says “I am extremely pleased to have joined ElectraLink, especially at this time of significant industry change where ElectraLink will have a key role in developing effective industry processes. The Governance Services team provides a high quality service and I am looking forward to using the skills and experiences I have gained, in continuing and building on this.”
Commenting on the appointment, ElectraLink’s Chief Executive Stuart Lacey said
“Beth bring a wealth of deep industry knowledge, experience and skills to manage this growing area of our business. The UK energy industry’s implementation of smart is impacting both our shareholders and customers. Critical to this evolution of the market is the governance of codes which enables the industry to operate and to provide competitive energy services to consumers. ElectraLink as a central body has to evolve too and develop its service offering to facilitate these changes. Our appointment of Beth demonstrates ElectraLink’s continuing commitment to this critical area.”