Energy Services & Technology Association (ESTA) enlists Lisa Gingell from
t-mac Technologies Ltd to strengthen its 18-member council
The Energy Services & Technology Association (ESTA) has elected its first female council member, Lisa Gingell, it has been announced.
Lisa, 34, who is also co-founder of one of the UK’s leading energy management solutions companies t-mac Technologies Ltd., will join ESTA’s 18-strong council as the first elected woman in the organisation’s 30-year history.
ESTA is the UK’s leading energy management industry association. A network of experienced consultants and technology experts make it a key source of market intelligence and allow the association to help UK businesses solve their energy management issues.
The Derbyshire-based company director will be bringing her market knowledge and marketing expertise to the role as chair of the association’s events committee.
Speaking of her new role, Lisa said: “As a long-standing and active member of ESTA, I was thrilled to be asked to be on the council.
“I have been visiting ESTA events for a number of years now and I regularly share my knowledge at their conferences about how businesses can significantly reduce their carbon footprint. In addition to my strong marketing background, knowing the industry and my first-hand experience of the events puts me in a good place to help to drive ESTA events forward even further.
“ESTA members are all business leaders with top-level positions in their own right, so managing varying ideas, interests and opinions I’m sure will be no mean feat!
“I have been slowly settling in to the role though and we have already signed off a plan of action for ESTA events for this year and next – including the Energy Event later this month, where I will be taking part in the ‘Using Technology to Save Energy’ seminar.
“I’m very much looking forward to using my experience to contribute to the growth of the organisation over the next few years.”
Alan Aldridge, executive director of ESTA, said: “ESTA has greatly benefitted from the contributions of a number of women in senior positions over the years and we’re delighted to have an experienced and forward-thinking practitioner like Lisa on our council. She has made a great contribution already and we’re very much looking forward to seeing even more.”
Lisa will be presenting ‘Energy Management ROI is ABC’ in the ESTA Theatre on day two of the Energy Event 2012, which takes place at the Birmingham NEC on 11 and 12 September. She will be discussing how businesses can see a swift return on their investment in building energy management systems. Lisa will also be sharing her extensive knowledge and experience at an attendee Q&A session after the seminar.
Lisa and the t-mac team will also be at stand D54 of the exhibition, in Hall 7 and 8, throughout the two-day event providing visitors with an insight into t-mac’s extensive hardware and software capabilities and how the company has helped businesses manage and control energy consumption and achieve energy savings of up to 40 per cent.
The Energy Event is the UK's most comprehensive exhibition and conference for industrial, commercial, public and not-for-profit users of energy. For more information on the Energy Event 2012 visit: www.theenergyevent.com
For further information please contact:
Alan Aldridge, Executive Director
PO Box 77, BENFLEET, Essex SS7 5EX
T: 01268 569010 F: 01268 569737 E: email@example.com W: www.esta.org.uk
The Energy Services and Technology Association (ESTA) represents over 100 major providers of energy management equipment and services across the UK. For more details visit the website at: www.esta.org.uk