Industry Veteran with Proven Track Record Takes the Helm at East of England Energy Group
Energy Industry membership organization, the East of England Energy Group (EEEGR), has appointed Kevin Keable as their new Executive Chair.
With an illustrious career spanning over 30 years in the energy industry, Mr. Keable brings a wealth of experience and a global perspective to the role having worked in countries such as Singapore, Thailand, Australia and Norway where he honed his skills in the industry.
A former Director / Owner of Oilennium, an online learning company, Kevin has seen major success reaching an impressive milestone of delivering courses to over 100,000 people worldwide in multiple languages. Having built and grown the company for over ten years, Kevin sold the company to Petrofac in 2012, demonstrating his ability to create and grow successful ventures within the energy sector.
As the newly appointed Executive Chair, Kevin will play a pivotal role in shaping the organizations future. With his extensive industry knowledge, global network and track record of innovation, he is well-positioned to lead EEEGR in advancing the East of England’s energy sector and pushing the boundaries of possibility.
Speaking about his appointment Kevin said: “I’m fully invested in shaping the future of EEEGR. As one of the original members, I know the value the organization can bring to the supply chain. Alongside championing the region’s industry, as an ex ECITB and East Coast College apprentice, I will focus on skills development as an absolute priority.”
Robert Bush, EEEGR’s General Manager, said: “I’m delighted to welcome Kevin as the new Executive Chair of EEEGR. Not only does he bring a wealth of experience to the role, but also a deep understanding of the positive impact EEEGR can have on businesses, the supply chain and the region as a whole. I’m looking forward to working with him to drive EEEGR into its next era.”
Victoria Mant, Commercial Director at RenewableUK, said: “I’m Thrilled to have Kevin Keable become the new Exec Chair of EEEGR – with his history in the region and expertise in the sector he will bring a new energy and different perspective to the role, which I look forward to working with him on, and the rest of the team, for the remainder of 2023 and 2024. Exciting times for the East of England ahead!”