Haven Power is delighted to announce the appointment of Paul Sheffield as Chief Operating Officer, with responsibility for the company’s sales, customer services, marketing and commercial business units.
Paul will be championing innovation and partnership within the Industrial and Commercial (I&C) sector and inspiring effective energy solutions in the Small to Medium Enterprise (SME) sector. Talking about his new role, Paul said:
“The Haven team in Ipswich is already well established in delivering solutions that inspire change in energy use and help customers realise greater business benefits.
“Haven has an enviable reputation for excellence in customer service, with teams built around customers’ needs. Everything we do is about making power work for businesses.
“I’m looking forward to building on that – understanding each customer’s unique business and creating the right solutions for them. This customer-centric approach sets Haven apart from other retailers.”
As part of the Drax Group, Haven sources its electricity from Drax Power Station – the UK’s single largest generator of renewable energy. Commenting on Paul’s appointment, Drax Retail CEO Jonathan Kini said:
“I’m very pleased to welcome Paul to the team. His wealth of industry experience and expertise will further enhance Haven Power’s drive to make the highly regulated and competitive energy market easier for customers to understand.”
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