ENA today announced that Randolph Brazier, Head of Innovation and Development at ENA, has joined the Executive team as Director of Innovation and Electricity Systems.
Randolph joined ENA in 2017 and has led ENA’s work on low-carbon technologies since. In his new role he will retain overall responsibility for ENA’s innovation projects, as well as the world-leading Open Networks project which is helping transform the way our energy networks operate, underpinning the delivery of the smart grid.
David Smith, Chief Executive at Energy Networks Association said:
“Randolph is a key member of the team at Energy Networks Association and I am delighted he is taking on these additional responsibilities at such a crucial time for our industry. He will continue to play a key role in supporting our networks become even more efficient, innovative and smarter as we move towards a Net Zero future for the UK.”
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Randolph’s biography can be found on our Leadership team page.
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