Tim Beecher, Energy Advice Team Leader

Tim joined BHESCo after qualifying as a Domestic Energy Assessor. He has several years’ experience working with an environmental and community-focused charity, visiting customers in their home, offering fuel debt advice, along with the installation of energy and water efficiency measures, in communities across East and West Sussex. He has an environmental science masters degree (MSc) in ecology conservation and biodiversity surveying. His background is in community-focused work, giving housing advice and benefit support. Tim is also qualified to deliver Energy Performance Certificates (EPC’s).

“I am very proud to be part of a not-for-profit, community energy co-operative such as BHESCo, whose ethos is to put people and planet first, beginning at the local level. Tackling fuel poverty and empowering the community by reducing energy bills, increasing home energy efficiency, investing in vital renewable energy projects, and being a democratically controlled, community-owned co-op, is the heart of what we’re about.”

Tom Broughton, Project Manager

Tom joined BHESCo as a Project Manager and will be overseeing the development of all of our community energy projects. Tom has a degree in electrical and electronic engineering and brings a wealth of experience having previously been a surveyor and manager of a solar PV installation company in Chichester.

“I’m very excited to be a part of the BHESCo team and can’t wait to begin projects that will bring significant CO2 reductions to the area”

Dan Curtis, Customer Services & Marketing Coordinator

Dan joined BHESCo in November 2015 and is responsible for managing all of the co-op’s marketing and media activities. He brings over ten years of experience to the team, and is dedicated to ensuring that BHESCo is able to deliver only the highest standards of service to our members and our community.

“I am thrilled to be a part of such a pioneering social enterprise at BHESCo. Working to help people lower their energy bills and stay warm, whilst also reducing Brighton and Hove’s carbon footprint, provides an invaluable service to the community we all love. It seems like every day we achieve another small success for the people of our city”.

Jack Dangerfield, Energy Saving Service Coordinator

Jack joined BHESCo as a volunteer in September 2015, after completing a Master’s degree in Environmental Strategy at the University of Surrey. Following completion of his degree, he gained Associate membership of the Institute for Environmental Management and Assessment. Outside of his studies, Jack has a background working within the charity sector, raising funds for Oxfam and other charitable organisations.

“I feel very lucky to be part of an organisation that strives to improve people’s lives by using the power of community to bring people together to take more control over the energy they use. From tackling climate change through the installation of renewable energy to enabling individuals to stay warm and dry in their own home, I believe that BHESCo is able to transform the lives of many for the better. This is why I am so thrilled to have joined BHESCo at this exciting time.”

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