Dynamis Associates Ltd are delighted to announce that Dr Stephen Finnegan has been appointed to the board of Dynamis as a Non-Executive Director.
Dr Stephen Finnegan is a low-carbon design specialist and lecturer in sustainable architecture at the University of Liverpool, UK. He also acts as Director of the Universities Zero Carbon Research Institute, which is primarily focused on working with industry partners to help the UK Government achieve its goal of developing Net Zero Carbon (NZC) buildings by 2050.
He has over 25 years’ experience in sustainability in construction and operation, having previously worked for KPMG LLP, Ricardo, Arup and the European Commission. He has presented his research – relating to sustainable design, embodied carbon impact, life cycle planning and operation – in the US, India and across Europe. Stephen has worked with clients such as Volkswagen AG, European Commission, US Department of Energy, Department for Transport, Welsh Assembly Government, Royal Mail Group amongst many others.
Dr Finnegan said of his new appointment:
“With the UK Government on a path to Net Zero Carbon (NZC) and the gradually phasing out of gas for domestic heating; the only way forward is to consider low carbon heating and the use of heat pumps. They offer a fantastic return on investment and can help Central, Regional and Local Government to transition out of fuel poverty and meet the demanding carbon reduction targets necessary. Dynamis are offering a unique and bespoke market leading technology and support services that I feel with revolutionise the domestic energy market. It’s a real pleasure to join the board and develop a NZC future.”
Leigh Goodman, Chairman and one of the founders of Dynamis stated:
“It is with great pleasure that I can announce the appointment of Dr Stephen Finnegan to the board of Dynamis. I am thrilled that Stephen, with his many years of experience within the renewables and sustainable sectors will be joining our team. His expert input and guidance as we further develop our heat as a service and ultimately our energy as a service propositions will be hugely valuable.”
Dynamis was established in 2018 and is a leading player in the installation and monitoring of air source heat pumps within the domestic environment.