Association for Decentralised Energy director Tim Rotheray is stepping down after six years at the helm.
Rotheray, a regular contributor of comment and insight to The Energyst and its reports, has almost doubled membership during his time at the association.
He has spearheaded the association’s work to help shape a market framework for heat networks, a code of conduct for demand-side response and significantly broadened the association’s remit from what was formerly the CHP Association.
Rotheray has consistently called for policymakers to design rules and structures around users, from the bottom up rather than top down. His next role is yet to be announced and the ADE will announce its new lead in due course.
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