Fletcher to take marketing position on energy board

​The Energy Efficiency Council has appointed Liz Fletcher to the board

The Energy Efficiency Council has appointed Liz Fletcher to the marketing and communications expert position on the Council’s board.

Fletcher brings a wealth of industry and member experience, including as marketing manager at Flow Power, and as associate director of Engevity. 

She has designed and led successful go-to-market strategies for businesses such as Shell, TransGrid, Flow Power, and Elgas. Most recently she co-founded the etc, a network for energy communicators.

"It's a privilege to join the Energy Efficiency Council's board. The EEC has long advocated for energy efficiency and the demand side for the benefit of wider energy system and I look forward to working with them in navigating the challenges of the evolving energy market. In dedicating a board position to Marketing and Communications, the EEC is recognising the important role that customers play in successful carbon mitigation," Fletcher said.

Council president, Professor Tony Arnel, congratulated Fletcher on her appointment.

“I’m delighted to welcome Liz to the Council’s Board as Marketing and Communications Expert. Her specialist knowledge will be invaluable as we deliver the Council’s new strategy, aimed at putting energy management at the heart of our energy system,” he said.

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