It’s time to meet the HICP project team. Our core project team has 7 industry experts, who are highly skilled in their respective fields. Headed up by project manager Jonathan Oxley, the team has worked together over the last 18 months to research, collate and analyse data, views and opinions to develop a definitive cluster plan for the Humber Region.
Andrea Dewick, is our HICP Project Co-ordinator, employed by HEY LEP. Andrea has a degree in law and is responsible for contract management, financial management, project audits, reporting to UKRI and acting as the project governance/conscience. Supporting the Humber Cluster Plan Manager, co-ordinating steering group meetings, UK multi-cluster meetings, supplier workshops and events, international delegation visits. She has worked in renewables for the last 15 years.
Sajalu Greenall, Lead Analyst, manages the technical projects for the Humber Industrial Cluster Plan. This includes leading a £0.75 million portfolio of projects developing the Humber energy system model and several studies analysing the market, policy, regulatory, environment and social opportunities and barriers of industrial decarbonisation.
Jonathan Oxley, a chemist by training, is the Humber Cluster Plan Manager, working for the HEY LEP and leading the team to deliver the Cluster Plan. Jonathan has had a number of roles across the chemicals and energy sector, focusing over the last 20 years on alternative fuels and more sustainable forms of energy.
Geraint Evans, is our Chief Technologist providing leadership on technical strategy and quality assurance, focussed around sustainable energy technologies and systems. He is a Chartered Energy Engineer and a Fellow of the Institution of Chemical Engineers. His key technical specialisms include energy systems thinking, biomass, bioenergy, BECCS, new and emerging conversion technologies, and CCUS.
Ben Holtby, Data Co-Ordinator. Ben assists the Lead Analyst in the management of data between HICP, industrial partners and its wider stakeholders. Also managing a wide range of stakeholder engagements with our partners to manage quality assurance towards project outputs.
Katie Hedges, Director of Membership & Low Carbon Strategy at CATCH, leads on our supply chain and skills work packages and ensures that our CATCH members in the energy intensive industries find solutions and effective collaborations to demonstrate the UK’s first low carbon cluster by 2030.
Lisa Buck, Head of stakeholder engagement at CATCH, leads on our communications for the project, planning and creating our content, growing our social media presence, news, website design and promoting our networks and external events. Maintaining contact with our industrial partners, subscribers and interested parties.