The Scottish Energy Association (SEA) has announced that Chief Executive Hector Grant is to step down at the end of April.

Colin McNaught, Chair of the SEA, said: “Hector has led the SEA through an important period of change, rebranding the association, initiating new services for our members and increasing membership. He has made a very significant contribution to the organisation, and to SEA members, and we wish him well in his relocation to the South of England.”

The SEA board will begin the process of identifying an interim replacement over the next few weeks.

Hector Grant, who has been in post since January 2013, said: “I have thoroughly enjoyed the challenges during my time at SEA which remains a very important organisation in representing the views of its members from all parts of the energy supply chain and I wish the organisation and the members well for the future.”

SEA aim to be the voice of the energy industry and represent our members, focus on collaboration between companies, liaise with academia on skills for the industry, inform stakeholders and act as a gateway to improving industry, media and consumer dialogue within and beyond Scotland.

Among our services, we organise networking events, conferences, exhibitions and supply customised and valuable market intelligence information to all our members. Our plan is to reach more energy professionals who will benefit from these and new services to be introduced by the Scottish Energy Association®.


Issued by Scottish Energy Association®

For further information, please contact:

Colin McNaught, Chair, or

Hector Grant, Chief Executive,

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