Our People

Neil

Neil currently works with Robert Owen Community Banking Fund as Community Energy Fund Manager. He was previously working with Menter Cwm Gwendraeth to advise SMEs in rural Carmarthenshire on energy and environmental sustainability. He is Chairman of Abergwili Community Council and has a Masters Degree in Energy and Environment from The University of East London. Neil has worked previously as a Dentist and as Welsh Language Spokesperson for the Marine Conservation Society. His interest in clean energy comes from living his childhood on the edge of a very deep, open cast coal mine. Neil is a Renew Wales Co-ordinator. Twitter: @lowcarbonlewis

Member of the Board

Tom has a been a Carmarthenshire County Councillor for Carmarthen Town West since 2012. He is on the Social Care and Health Scrutiny Committee and Housing Review Panel (Substitute) for the county and is a school governor of the Welsh medium schools Bro Myrddin and Ysgol y Dderwen. He is also the Christian Aid coordinator for West Wales, an organisation that works to eradicate poverty and tackle the effects of poverty as well as its root causes.

Lynne, member of the board

Lynne is a strategic partnership associate for Welfare to work and regeneration and has worked for prime contractors like Serco to enable smaller community organisations enter the employment training and skills market. Lynne is currently partnership associate for GrEW, EtAS Energy where her role involves Identifying, assessing and selecting partners and providers with the innovation and drive to deliver services for a wide range of strategic contracts. Lynne is a coordinator and mentor for Renew Wales' Sustainable STEPS initiative.

Member of the board

Paul is the co-ordinator for Menter Cwm Gwendraeth Elli’s Local Energy Action Project, designed to tackle fuel poverty and increase energy efficiency in the County. Prior to this, he was the project officer of the Zero Carbon Future and Carbon Free Communities projects, funded by the Rural Development Plan for Wales 2007-2013. Both projects aimed to make Carmarthenshire a sustainable, low-carbon county.