REA has assembled a group of experienced industry leaders and experts from within our wide membership (500 members across the supply chain) to guide our approach to the Review of Electricity Market Arrangements (REMA).
Formed from across the industry, the expert group will discuss the direction and content of the REA’s response to the Government’s REMA proposals, and input, contribute to and help produce responses to consultations and calls for evidence.
The expert committee will be made up of the following REA members (listed alphabetically):
Christie Sims – BSR
Dai C. Richards – Hitachi Energy
Darren Williams – Eco3
Duncan Valentine – Almax Partners
Gregory Triantafyllidis – JBM Solar
Hilary Stone – Imperial College London
Isabel Boira-Segarra – Future Earth Energy
Jerry Stokes – Gridserve
Jon Crouch – Infinis
Jonathan Scurlock – NFU
Kamila Nugumanova – Drax
Keith Gains – Quinbrook Infrastructure Partners
Kit Dixon – Good Energy
Marcus Newborough – ITM Power
Mark Howitt – Storelectric
Peter Dickson – Glennmont Partners by Nuveen
Richard Molloy – EATON
Stephen Hill – Eversheds Sutherland
Peter Dickson (Glennmont Partners by Nuveen) will be Chair of the Working Group. He is also Chair of REA’s Finance Forum.
We will also be able to call on the input of Robert Hull, previously a divisional MD at Ofgem, an experienced industry leader and author of several reports for the REA, Nigel Cornwall, founder of Cornwall Insight, and Chris Harris, Professor at Bath University and closely involved in earlier NETTA and EMR reforms on behalf of the industry. The group will aim to call on other outside expertise and input as required.