Tim came from Eon Community Energy where he was head of build and design. Tim led a team of engineers in designing and delivering decentralised energy systems such as London's Citigen, which has a 9MW CHP plant supplying 25MW of heat and 10MW of chill in a district system. Tim also delivered a commercial solar thermal plant and residential district heating systems.
Tim has a lot of experience working with M&E contractors, manufacturers, the energy industry, especially concerning renewable and environmental technologies, such as heat pumps, PV and biomass.
Jack Verber is a mechanical engineering graduate from Bristol University after which he worked in Norway for Schlumberger for 14 months as a field engineer working on exploration oil rigs in the North Sea.
Recently appointed BESA chief executive, Paul McLaughlin, is keen the organisation's commitement to leading the technical agenda in building engineering services. Hiring Tim and Jack is part of his plan to help BESA members keep in the forefront of technical innovation and development.
“I am confident that Tim’s excellent academic qualifications and broad practical and managerial experience will prove an invaluable asset to the association, and that – with Jack’s expert and enthusiastic assistance – he will further establish our commitment to the creation of the low-carbon economy and a genuinely sustainable built environment.”