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Commercial GREENFLEET - Speakers

Andy Eastlake

Managing Director, Zemo Partnership
Andy Eastlake was a founding member of the Zemo Partnership in 2003 and after serving both on the board and as chair of the members council for many years, was appointed as the Managing Director in April 2012. He was formerly Group Head of Commercial and Projects at Millbrook Proving Ground where he was responsible for all the laboratories and commercial activity and led the work on powertrain test and development programmes and alternative fuels, for a variety of global OEM customers.

James McGeachie

Technical and Programme Director, Zemo Partnership
James McGeachie is the Technical and Programme Director at Zemo Partnership, where he manages the annual work programme and has responsibility for the Partnership’s technical output.  James has over 20 years experience in the automotive industry having previously worked at Jaguar Land Rover and more recently as Director of Engineering at Prodrive Advanced Technology.  He specialises in the development and delivery of hybrid and electric vehicle technology, applying this to a wide range of platforms including light and heavy duty commercial vehicles.

Sukky Choongh

Environmental Manager – Air Quality and Ultra Low Emission Vehicles, Society of Motor Manufacturers & Traders (SMMT).
Sukky Choongh graduated from Kings College London in 2010 with an MSc in Environmental Health. She joined SMMT in July 2017 as Environmental Manager for Air Quality and Ultra-Low Emission Vehicles.

David Hurren

Co-Chair, Gas Vehicle Network Committee
David Hurren graduated from Imperial College in Chemical Engineering.  For most of his career he has worked in the Industrial Gas industry, apart from a 4 year spell in water & wastewater treatment. For the past 20 years he has worked for what is now Air Liquide UK, setting up and leading  Air Liquide's Biogas Solutions operations in the UK.

Shayne Rees

Head of Sales & Marketing, ubitricity
Shayne Rees has worked in sales and marketing roles focused mainly on business customers in the energy sector for the last 20 years. 

Giles Kinnersley

Account Director - Commercial Division, Connected Kerb
Giles is the Account Director heading up the commercial division at Connected Kerb and has over 12 years of experience in the EV industry in Business Development and Strategy in the UK and globally. Understanding the challenges and solutions to transitioning to EV’s Giles brings a wealth of experience and strategic planning.

Lorna McAtear

Fleet Manager - Global Procurement, National Grid
Recent winner of the Barbara Cox Automotive Woman of the Year award, Lorna joined E.ON as an IT Project Manager before moving to the fleet team to head up group-wide telematics and carbon reduction projects, subsequently being appointed Commercial Vehicle Manager.  

Sarah Bell

Public Affairs Manager UK, Ireland and the Nordics, UPS
With over 20 years’ service at UPS, Sarah moved to the Public Affairs team at the beginning of 2018, where she has focused on various policy areas including urban access and sustainable transport solutions as well as aviation, international trade and postal issues in the UK, Ireland and the Nordics. 

Simon King

Director of Sustainability, Social Value and Fleet, Mitie
Simon’s experience in procurement, sustainability, commercial and operations has him well placed for his current position at Mitie. Fully understanding the challenges fleet operators face making the switch to EVs, Simon specialises in Electric Transition and brings commercial understanding and strategic thinking.

Emma Loveday

Fleet Risk Consultant, DriveTech
Emma Loveday is DriveTech’s fleet risk consultant, and works with DriveTech’s larger commercial clients to recommend relevant and effective driver risk management programmes.
 

*Speakers are subject to possible change – please come back regularly for updates