29 November 2021 signals the end of term for those TABASC Members serving a 24-month term.
In October SECAS issued nominations for the following four seats:
- three persons to be elected by the Large Supplier Parties
- one person elected by the Other SEC Parties
- one person elected by the Electricity Network Parties
- one person elected by the Small Supplier Parties
Please see below for the outcome of the call for nominations:
Large Supplier Seats
SECAS received two nominations for the Large Supplier seats, Emslie Law from OVO. Emslie holds an existing Large Supplier seat on the TABASC, and as there were no further nominations, he will commence a new term on 29 November 2021.
Stephen Lovell from Npower also holds an existing Large Supplier Seat on the TABASC, and as there were no further nominations, he will also commence a new term on 29 November 2021.
Mark Morrison of Scottish Power will be stepping down at the end of this term. SECAS and the TABASC would like to thank Mark for his contributions and for representing the Large Supplier Parties.
This means that one Large Supplier seat remains vacant on the TABASC, therefore if you are Large Supplier Party and have a suitable candidate to join our committee, please register your interest with the SECAS team by emailing SECAS@gemserv.com
Electricity Network Seat:
SECAS received one nomination for the Electricity Network seat and Alan Creighton of Northern Power Grid, who currently holds the existing seat, will commence a new term on 29 November 2021.
Small Supplier Seat:
Patrick O’Neill of Ensek UK will be stepping down at the end of this term. SECAS and the TABASC would also like to thank Patrick for his contributions and for representing Small Supplier Parties.
Tristan Fowler of Ensek UK received one nomination for the Small Supplier Seat and will commence his first term on 29 November 2021.
Other SEC Parties Seat:
SECAS received two nominations for the Other SEC Parties seat, Elias Hanna of Smart Appliances Design Services Limited, and Matt Hallchurch of Elster Metering.
This seat is now up for a vote and is open to all Other SEC Parties. You can find out more about the candidates here, and can vote by filling out the voting form stored here and returning it to the SECAS helpdesk (SECAS@gemserv.com ).
Voting closes at 5pm on Wednesday 24 November 2021.