World Kinect Energy Services bolsters sustainability team with senior appointments

Energy & Low Carbon Industry | South East

World Kinect Energy Services, an energy management, fuel supply and sustainability company with its UK headquarters in London, has added two new environmental market experts in the UK to grow its position as a leader in the sustainability market.

Stephen Welham has joined as senior business developer (environmental markets) and has over 30 years’ experience working in the EU power and natural gas trading sector, with 10 years’ trading experience gained at a European investment bank.

He has also held roles at a UK renewable power supplier and a global high technology modelling software group targeting renewable integration into worldwide power grids.

Stephen Welham comments: “Adopting renewable energy sources is becoming vital for many organisations across the globe as they respond to mounting pressure to reduce carbon emissions ahead of net zero targets. Our expertise in the area will help support them to deliver appropriate solutions in their journey to achieve net zero and meet government targets to reduce global emissions.”

Hugo Logan also joins the sustainability team as business developer (environmental markets), having previously held roles centred around project development and sales with a focus on energy efficiency and renewable energy.

Hugo will grow World Kinect Energy Services’ sustainability offerings, providing tailored solutions for new and existing clients across the globe that are embarking on their sustainability journeys.

Hugo adds: “World Kinect Energy Services has the background and track record to push forward with renewable energy and to see clients taking advantage of sustainability as a competitive advantage, rather than as a box-ticking exercise. Sustainability is central to commercial energy strategies and World Kinect Energy Services will be pivotal in driving that.”

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