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Scott has overseen the establishment of Camco’s clean energy project business focussed on biogas and solar projects, the expansion of its carbon credits business, and led the development of Camco’s new energy storage technology redT. He has transformed the development of Camco Clean Energy to be market leader in the regions it works.
Scott has worldwide experience in the environmental, mining, finance and technology industries and has advised leading corporations in North America, Asia and Europe. Former positions include finance and development roles for Rio Tinto, Merrill Lynch and Skype Technologies.
Scott holds an MBA from the London Business School, a B.Econ from Monash University and qualified as a Chartered Accountant through PWC. Scott is a Board member of IETA (International Emissions Trading Association), Executive Chairman of redT (Camco’s energy storage business) and Non-executive Director of Cenergi (South East Asian clean energy business).
Jeff Kenna has 30 years experience managing small and medium sized enterprises in the sustainable energy sector, from incubation to full commercial development. He has been an advisor to the European Commission, the World Bank, the UN and the UK government on energy policy and market growth.
Jeff has been a member of our Board of Directors since February 2006 and its Chairman since September 2012. Jeff is also a member of the Nomination Committee.
Jeff has a PhD in Solar Energy from the University of Wales and a BSc in Applied Physics from the University of Bath.
Michael Farrow is a principal and director of Consortia Partnership Limited, a Jersey licensed trust company. He currently sits on the Boards of a number of listed companies. He has also been group company secretary of Cater Allen Jersey, a banking, trustee and investment management group.
Michael has been a member of our Board of Directors since March 2006 and is a member of the Audit, Nomination and Remuneration Committees.
Michael was formerly an Army Officer and holds an MSc in Corporate Governance and is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Secretaries & Administrators.
Zainul Rahim, a graduate in Engineering (Mechanical) from the University of Western Australia, has some 30 years experience with Shell in the upstream oil and gas sector. He is currently the Chairman of Hibiscus Petroleum Bhd and a board member of Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia Holdings Sdn Bhd, Bank Pembangunan Malaysia Bhd and Petronas Carigali Sdn Bhd.
Zainul was a Supervisory Committee member of Sime Darby’s Energy & Utilities Division till mid 2010, and during his tenure in Shell, he sat on the board of 12 companies, and was the Chairman, Director and member of various NGOs, including the Society of Petroleum Engineers AsiaPac, Business Council for Sustainable Development Malaysia, Petroleum Industry of Malaysia Mutual Aid Group, and Malaysian International Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Zainul joined the Board as a Non-Executive Director in January 2012 and is a member of the Audit and Nomination Committees and the chairman of the Remuneration Committee.
John Ward, has over 14 years experience as a director in the renewable energy sector. He is currently the director and owner of three operational wind farms in Ireland and was previously director and co-owner of the 38 MW Sorne Hill windfarm. In each case, John designed, financed and developed/operates the facilities.
Although now focused on energy storage, John has previously advised on the development of approx. 200 MW of new wind capacity in Ireland, and arising from this extensive operational experience in the wind sector, he identified the need for a robust energy storage technology, which would deliver an entirely renewable energy system.
He holds a degree in Applied Science from University College Dublin and a Masters Degree in Landscape Architecture from UCD.
John joined the board as a Non-Executive Director in February 2016.
Jonathan served on the Board of Directors as Chief Financial Officer between July 2012 and March 2016, having been an advisor to the company since early 2006, including on its flotation in April 2006.
He has previously held positions as Deputy Head of Corporate Finance at Singer Capital Markets, prior to which he was at Peel Hunt between 2000 and 2010 where he was a Director in the Corporate Department with responsibility for their new energy and clean tech franchise where he gained considerable experience of working with companies in this area.
Jonathan qualified as an A.C.A. with Arthur Andersen in 1999 after obtaining a BSc in Mathematics from Durham University
Jonathan joined the board as a Non-Executive Director in March 2016 and is a member of the Remuneration Committee. Jonathan is also Chairman of the Audit Committee.
Neil's most recent role was as CEO of AIM listed Alkane Energy which he joined in 2008. Under his leadership, the Company achieved rapid output increases through a combination of organic growth and acquisition activity. Alkane expanded its UK portfolio of baseload power generating sites and established a leading position in the UK back-up power market covering winter peaking, National Grid "STOR" programme and the capacity market.
Neil started his career at Coopers & Lybrand in 1985, where he qualified as a chartered accountant, before joining Blue Circle in 1988, holding a number of senior financial and operational roles in the UK and Europe. He then spent three years as a Group Management Accountant at Aggregate Industries.
Neil read Politics, Philosophy and Economics at Oriel College, Oxford University.
Neil joined the board as a Non-Executive Director in September 2016.