Meet the team
Harvey co-founded eLight and is a proven technology entrepreneur, who has achieved a number of successful exits of businesses over the last 15 years across a variety of different sectors: software, the internet, ecommerce and hospitality. In 2000, Harvey founded The Hot Group Plc (‘THG’), which listed on AIM in 2002 and which he led on a successful consolidation of the online recruitment market, through a buy and build strategy, before leading the sale to Trinity Mirror in 2006. Harvey was Investment Director for Scottish Enterprise at Design LED between 2015 and 2019.
Crispin has over 20 years of experience in strategy, M&A and investments, and continues to be instrumental in developing and executing the eEnergy Group strategy. Crispin played a pivotal role in the acquisition of UtilityTeam and Beond Group’s combined energy supply-side services, strengthening eEnergy Group as a Net Zero-as-a- Service partner. Previous roles include at Dixons Carphone, Duke Street, and Royal Bank Equity Finance (both private equity investment businesses) and PwC where he qualified as a Chartered Accountant.
As Chief People Officer, Louisa works closely with the Executive Team and senior leadership teams to ensure that culture, wellbeing and the employee experience is a top priority at eEnergy. Prior to joining the company, Louisa spent a long career in the telecommunications industry, and most recently worked for Colt Technology Services where she undertook several roles including Chief of Staff to the CEO and Vice President for Culture, Change and Diversity and was responsible for delivering tangible change across the company’s global organisation. In 2015, she graduated from Harvard Business School’s General Management Program and is currently also a Trustee for The Avenues Youth Project, a West London charity that gives hope and opportunities to children and young people.
Delvin has over 25 years of experience in the energy sector having worked for some of the UK’s largest utilities companies. Among other roles Delvin has previously been Head of Energy Services for EDF, supporting their customers in delivering cash and carbon savings, and CEO of Anesco, an energy efficiency solutions company. He was CEO of UtilityTeam from 2019 until it was acquired by eEnergy in September 2021 when he assumed responsibility for the enlarged Energy Management division.
Simon has a proven track record of over 20 years, creating high-performing teams and delivering above-target sales growth through innovative solutions across a range of industries including energy, telecoms, procurement and IT. Among other roles Simon has previously been part of the Executive Management team and held the position of Group Sales and Marketing Director for Yu Group plc, a specialist supplier of energy and utility solutions to UK businesses and the Commercial Director of Utilyx Ltd (now part of Mitie PLC), a supplier of energy procurement and price risk management services to the corporate sector. Simon joined eEnergy to lead the Energy Efficiency Division in November 2021.
Neil is a proven business leader with over 20 years of experience in a variety of businesses from start-ups to large corporates. Previous roles include Sales Director at Trinity Mirror Digital Recruitment and in 2008 Neil led the EMAP digital recruitment strategy and transformation from print to online. Before joining as MD of eCharge, Neil was Managing Director of Moneyexpert one of the UK’s leading price comparison sites.
Rob is a highly experienced energy executive who has held senior management and Board roles. He brings a wealth of global energy experience to eEnergy where he is instrumental in developing our energy products and services. He was COO for Pan-European Energy Consultancy, EnergyQuote JHA. Based in five countries, Rob led the businesses operations and technology development, driving the expansion of client services into 22 countries. Acquired by Accenture in 2015, Rob led the operational and technology integrations, while developing global service delivery across additional countries over five years.