Graeme Heron, Greater South East Net Zero Hub
Graeme Heron
Energy Efficiency Programme Lead
Greater South East Net Zero Hub

Graeme brings over 20 years’ experience working in the Domestic Heating sector, in various guises. Engineer, Lecturer, Compliance, Installation management, Business Development, with the last 15 years working in the Low Carbon and Energy Efficiency Sectors. Graeme’s current role is as the Energy Efficiency Programme Lead with responsibility for delivery of the Greater South East Net Zero Hubs , Home Upgrade Grant, across 46 Local Authorities. 

One of Graeme’s previous role was managing the UK’s largest Certification/Auditing scheme for renewable energy and energy efficiency installations, under the MCS/PAS/ TrustMark and Competent Person Schemes.

A majority of Graeme’s Low Carbon and energy efficiency experience comes from his role working for Energy suppliers, where Graeme spearheaded and managed energy efficiency Installations for Private and Social Housing customers, ensuring that systems and processes delivered under the Energy Company Obligation and other channels comply with Ofgem Guidance, PAS 2030, Building Regulations, Health & Safety compliance, and contractual requirements.