CES grows with new faces and new spaces
Community Energy Scotland is welcoming six new staff, to boost our impact upon projects in Edinburgh, Inverness and Orkney and to strengthen the support team.
The expansion coincides with a move of the Edinburgh office to new shared space in Causewayside.
Felicity Sargent and Jon Clarke are joining as Development Officers in Edinburgh, where Tower Power is a major urban initiative, set to transform energy supply for tenants in the Dumbiedykes social housing estate.
Ailsa Skuodas is the new Project Manager for CES's activity in Orkney, focussing primarily on hydrogen schemes such as Surf 'n' Turf.
Based in Inverness, Brad Doswell is an Innovation Development Officer and adds to the technical support CES can provide to its members nationwide.
Also in head office are new Project Administrator, Gerry Wiseman, and Kitty Dutton, our latest intern. Their roles support the whole organisation as well as capitalising on their own skills in IT systems and media communications.
The Edinburgh team is now four-strong, which has prompted a move to larger space at the Codesk shared office beside the Meadows.
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