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  • Leading Net Zero strategist joins eEnergy Energy Management division.
  • Ryan O’Neill has a proven track record of helping businesses develop and implement Net Zero pathways.
  • Ryan O’Neill will join as Chief Strategy Officer.

eEnergy is delighted to announce that Ryan O’Neill has joined eEnergy’s Energy Management Division as Chief Strategy Officer. Ryan will immediately take responsibility for all commercial activity for the Energy Management Division, with a particular focus on driving the growth of eEnergy’s sustainability consulting services. The growth of eEnergy’s sustainability consulting services will further support customers in accelerating their Net Zero journey.

Ryan joins eEnergy with a wealth of experience having worked in the energy industry for almost two decades. Before joining eEnergy he was the Principal of Sustainability at Schneder Electric, where he led teams across the UK and Europe. He has worked with some of the biggest organisations in the world including Dell, Rolls Royce, Apple, Meta, Novartis, and Kellogg’s. Ryan has both an engineering and business background, with a degree in Electrical Power Systems and a Master’s in Strategic Procurement.

Delvin Lane, Managing Director for eEnergy Energy Management, said:

“The feedback we have had from customers is that the Net Zero landscape is becoming increasingly complex and expensive, they want someone to simplify it for them. Ryan will add a huge amount of strategic experience to our team, allowing us to build a wider range of Net Zero services and make it easier for our customers to move towards Net Zero profitably.”

Ryan O’Neill, Chief Strategy Officer for eEnergy Energy Management, said:

“eEnergy is clearly a company on the rise, winning the Large Consultancy of the Year TELCA last year is proof of that. The company is in a unique position to not only develop Net Zero strategies for clients but also execute them through the range of decarbonisation solutions such as MY ZeERO, eLight and eSolar. We are extremely well placed to grow our market share and I am excited to be leading the charge on our growth.”


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