Team Bios

Senior Leadership Team
Dip, FdEng, MIET, MIPowerE, MICPEM, MFB, AMEI, EMT-R | Technical Operations Director
Aaron is the lead Electrical Engineer at ENS and part of the senior leadership team. From leaving school he studied Building Services Engineering at Eastleigh college while working part-time as an Assistant Craftsperson at ENS, Aaron later moved to Newcastle where he studied Marine Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Northumbria University. Following his education, he worked as an Electro-Technical Officer with Carnival U.K. which included contracts onboard the former U.K. Merchant Navy flagship MV Britannia and Cunard Line flagship RMS Queen Mary 2. Beyond his general management responsibilities, Aaron’s primary technical focus at ENS is design and project management of new networks under Ofgem Competition in Connections. He is also appointed as an Assessing and Authorising Officer under LRQA NERS. Outside of work Aaron is a keen swimmer, adult instructor within cadet forces and works freelance for various medical support organisations.
Finance Manager
Tanya’s primary commercial position is to play a key role in the financial operations and analytics of the business. With over 20 years experience working in the financial sector, Tanya is responsible for invoicing and credit control, accounts payable procedures, payroll, VAT and CIS processes. In addition to the daily accounting requirements of the business, Tanya is responsible for the company’s management accounting, preparation of the accounts and the continuous improvement of end-to-end accounting practices. Qualified to diploma level in advanced bookkeeping and accountancy and an ACCA member, Tanya also leads the analysis of monthly and quarterly figures, cash flow forecasting and identifying risks and resolutions to ensure that the business operates efficiently and diligently at all times. When not punching numbers, Tanya also enjoys getting involved with the company’s marketing and HR activities, and is always looking for new things to learn to further her interests. Outside of work Tanya also runs her own illustration enterprise, and enjoys travel and outdoor adventures with her family and dogs.

Technical Team
Senior Design Engineer
Keith brings to his role as Senior Design Engineer more than 43 years industry experience. Primarily, Keith’s expertise was formed from working at Scottish and Southern Energy and its predecessors, cultivating the network growth in the South that we are a part of today. His broad range of skills include network analysis, planning and design; project management, construction and commissioning; authorised as an SAP and control engineer up-to 132kV managing new connections and rectifying network faults for much of his career. Keith later went on to direct his own consulting company, which eventually lead him to joining the Energy Network Services family. In his current capacity, Keith is our main technical advisor for Points of Connection, electricity regulation compliance and design, and is a key asset in the liaison with DNO's and other key stakeholders. His guidance and knowledge is invaluable. Outside of work Keith is an active golfer and a football enthusiast, rarely missing an opportunity to travel to London to watch his football team play at their home ground. He enjoys many social pursuits such as horse racing and corporate events, and is a keen traveller.
Project Engineer
Matt joined the company in April 2020 as one of the first Electricians brought onboard to move the company forward within the Electrotechnical sector. By virtue of professional stalemate Matt took the radical step in late 2015 to self-fund his career change. In less than 18 months Matt had achieved his first qualifications and gained experience and practical skills through voluntary work experience, unlocking new opportunities in Electrical Installations. It was world renowned Sunseeker International that gave Matt his first break – a break that would see Matt’s skills grow exponentially alongside his enthusiasm for the Electrical Industry. Continuing with his studies to further his development and keen to expand his knowledge, Matt shifted his focus to Inspection and Testing, opting to seek new challenges in the form of an MOD based contract under the employment of Richard Irvin Energy Solutions. Matt worked as a mobile engineer across several Dorset based locations and capitalised on opportunities to expand his working knowledge of Plant Room operations, BMS systems and Control circuits. Early 2020, wanting to learn more, and not willing to let a worldwide pandemic thwart his aspirations, Matt once again looked for new challenges within the HV sector and found his place in the ENS Team. Since then, Matt has developed his own unique skill set within the Utility Power Networks sector and most recently moved to a supporting role furthering his career progression as a Project Engineer.
Colin joined ENS in January 2020 bringing over 40 years of electrical industry experience to the company. Colin’s primary specialism is HV and LV jointing, and he provides a key role in assisting with the hands-on training of our future jointers and fitters, mentoring and overseeing their practical experience. Colin’s career started when he joined the Royal Army in 1972. During his tenure, Colin progressed to the position of Non-Commissioned Officer and weapons training instructor. On leaving, Colin embarked on a career in the electrical industry, joining the field as a labourer, and undertaking many development opportunities which included LV and HV linesperson and jointer training courses up to 33kv before finally concentrating on the identification and repair of fault locations and local switching. By advancing with different companies and eventually working for himself, Colin expanded his knowledge and experience in a wide range of cables and connections, working in the private sector and assembling and fitting many types of HV and LV switchgear over his career. In his spare time Colin has a keen interest in tinkering with Land-rovers and embarking on cruise adventures.

Jordan began his career at Energy Network Services Ltd. following three years as a professional footballer, having played at premiership level he then entered the power industry in the civils discipline completing his above 10 tonne excavator qualification in 2015 working in house on various cable laying schemes. He has since enrolled on the industry gold standard Level 3 Power Network Craftsperson Apprenticeship. As one of the company’s qualified supervisors, Jordan now undertakes the role of construction supervisor on many projects he is part of, responsible for ensuring that all onsite works progress as planned and are built to meet strict quality requirements. This year, Jordan intends to continue his development undertaking further qualifications to expand his remit and specialist skills. Jordan brings an enthusiasm and willingness to support his co-workers, and enjoys the opportunity to overcome challenges using his knowledge base and initiative, putting himself forward for all Call Out and fault finding opportunities. In his spare time, Jordan has a keen interest in travel, and in particular enjoys embarking on road trips across France, often combining it with his favourite hobbies of skiing and snowboarding.

Nathan joined Energy Network Services in 2020 as an Assistant Craftsperson bringing with him many years of person-management experience in various environments and technical skills from working in electronics manufacturing. Now approaching the end of his National Skills Academy (Power) apprenticeship scheme which he enrolled on through EUSR in 2020, Nathan is now working autonomously in several fitting and jointing craft disciplines. He enjoys the challenges and variety ENS offer as an Independent Connection Provider. In his spare time, he likes to remain active by hiking and mountain biking, and is an active adult instructor within cadet forces.

SAP Subcontractor
Rob’s professional career began at Southern Electricity Board as an apprentice Electrician. After qualifying and several years into working within domestic, commercial and industrial environments, he furthered his career development moving into overhead work. Following many years as a linesperson, Rob later ventured across the UK and France, working as a HV cable jointer before returning to Scottish & Southern Energy and progressing to the position of Team Manager and Senior Authorised Person. Rob is now the Director of his own company and regularly freelances to ENS as a Senior Authorised Person providing assistance with new connections, fault finding and network switching operations. Outside of work Rob is a rifle marksman, having previously been part of the England team in 2019. When not shooting, any other spare time is spent out on the sea in his motor boat cruising around the south coast.
CAD Designer

Gill is a skilled CAD Designer providing invaluable support and technical drawings for the wide ranging projects under the electrical networking umbrella. She primarily focuses on documenting information from design through to the delivery of the installation. Gill originally studied Product Design at Bournemouth University, and after a successful placement year in the CAD department at Eberspacher UK went on to work in the industry full time. She later moved into the design department, and was responsible for designing and building military air con units, from concept to completion. Gill has been a self-employed draughtswoman for the last 8 years, and in her spare time she enjoys sea walks, yoga, and practices various complementary therapies.