Vital expand their ESCo offering as they welcome new director

Vital Energi are growing their offering within the ESCo market after welcoming Paul McIver as their new Community Energy Director, who has a wealth of experience within this area.

Paul will be responsible for developing ESCo opportunities for Vital that will contribute to a low carbon future, and play a pivotal role in the energy transition and net-zero carbon agenda.

Having been instrumental in the successful winning, mobilisation and delivery of several ESCo deals, including the iconic Battersea Power Station, Paul brings experience of negotiating the ESCo as well as knowledge of what the market, business and end user expects from receiving their heat, and in some cases cooling from a district heat network.

A professionally qualified electrical engineer with over 30 years' experience, of which the last 15 have been held in various managerial positions, Paul has proven abilities in strategic planning, managing projects, improving efficiency of operations, team building and detailing project information to determine effective processes for operations

Paul honed his ESCo knowledge during his time at ENGIE’s East London Energy Olympic Park site, where he was responsible for creating the ENGIE Community Energy brand, and overseeing strategic management and delivery of district energy, residential and community services for ENGIE in the UK.

Paul is also skilled in the technical appraisal of energy projects, through to project delivery, lifecycle maintenance of assets and infrastructure, the provision of financing for such projects and customer satisfaction.

Welcome to the team Paul!