Dr Kerry Mashford, Chief Executive of the National Energy Foundation, has been awarded an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for services to the energy Industry.
The National Energy Foundation has been working to improve the use of energy in buildings for more than 25 years. Since her appointment as Chief Executive in December 2012, Kerry Mashford has helped pioneer the foundation’s work advising and delivering more comfortable energy-efficient homes and workplaces, including winning a number of national awards.
Andrew Pakes, Chair of the National Energy Foundation, said: “This is a great honour for Kerry and a tribute to her leadership on greener, more energy-efficient homes and workplaces. Better buildings, smarter homes and tackling the legacy of fuel poverty and poor energy efficiency have always been at the heart of the National Energy Foundation. With Kerry’s leadership the team has really been driving this message home nationally and through delivering innovative solutions and partnerships at all levels.”