Daniel is a successful serial entrepreneur, known for conceiving and scaling profitable businesses. Early in his career, he founded the breakthrough retail concept YouMeTV, which sold to BSkyB. It is Daniel's vision and customer focus which have driven the team's success with HomeSun's residential solar programme and then FlowGem, an IoT water leak detector sold to Centrica as part of the Hive proposition. Daniel is also a Crown Representative, working through the Cabinet Office to advise the UK Government.
In early 2000, Bill invented the CarbonNeutral Protocol, and brought together global interests - NGOs, carbon traders, academic and politicians - with one of the first international standards for voluntary carbon. A qualified engineer and INSEAD MBA, Bill's decade with the CarbonNeutral Company was preceded by field experience at Shell in the USA and mainland Europe. As co-founder of HomeSun, Bill led the creation of the first 'air space' leases and the complex set of documents, insurances and certifications required for all stakeholders and every installed solar asset.
Gordon has over 25 years in premier financial markets firms including 16 years with Goldman Sachs as Trustee of the UK Retirement Plan, Member of Pension Investment Committee and Finance Committee, and Co-Head of EMEA Equity and Fund Derivatives Institutional Structuring. As CEO of Nomisma, he successfully led engagement with the European Regulator to be granted the first digital Asset Multilateral Trading Facility license in Europe.
Ecopreneur Sue Welland invented CarbonNeutral in the early 90s and founded the world-leading climate solutions business now known as Natural Capital Partners. From her early career running the global marketing function of British Airways, through to present day, Sue's exceptional skill is communication and brand building, motivating and engaging both business and consumer clients. Sue left CarbonNeutral in 2010 to launch HomeSun with Bill Sneyd and Daniel Green and has worked with them and in commercial sustainability ever since.
Tom’s 18 years in the British Army, culminated in command of a £1.3 billion Apache helicopter unit; a 560-strong organisation conducting combat operations in Libya and Afghanistan. Since moving into the commercial world, he has been BP Project Manager on gas pipeline and facilities projects in Eastern Europe, including a $915m compressor station in Georgia. Most recently, Tom brought the rigor of oil and gas construction processes to running major solar programmes for national and international corporates.
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