Leadership Team

Gary Weston

Gary Weston - Founder and Principal Engineer

I established Energy Management over 19 years ago when I saw that my years of engineering training, coupled with my experience managing the industrial sales and marketing teams at Southern Electric, could benefit customers who needed guiding through the minefield of energy procurement.

I am very proud of the Energy Management team and I’m proud to be a chartered engineer. It’s this blend of engineering skills and knowledge with energy industry experience that has become a blueprint to the business’ success and is reflected in the backgrounds of many of the team. I continue to steer the business forward in terms of growth and developing innovative services, so essential to today’s dynamic markets, and to delivering considerable cost reduction value to customers. More than ever, we can sum up what we do for you through our mission statement:

‘We do the work while you pay less for your energy’.

Gary has recently been honoured as a full Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Fuellers.

Steve Barrington - General Manager

I joined Energy Management in 2007 bringing with me a wealth of industry knowledge.

As General Manager I oversee the day-to-day operations of the business. I am extremely privileged to work as part of a great team of dedicated Energy and Engineering experts. I ensure the team deliver solutions that match the complex individual needs of our customers, helping and adding value to their business.

I’m passionate about providing the highest level of customer service, a positive working ethos and the business developing and maintaining the best possible partnerships for staff, customers and suppliers.

At play, I enjoy driving my classic 1978 MGB Roadster with much of my time spent on essential maintenance! I can also be found cheering on my local rugby team from the touchline.

Steve Barrington
Malcolm Barrington

Malcolm Barrington – Commercial Manager

I first joined the team in 2003, helping to grow and develop Energy Management into what is now the leading consultancy in the UK. My aim is to focus on building and retaining long-term Customer relationships, using my wealth of knowledge and experience and my understanding of what is a very complicated market place.

As Commercial Manager, my overall objective is to continue to support the team, ensuring that we offer our customers the highest level of customer care and service in the business. We are committed to ensuring that our customers’ needs and requirements are met by offering customers a tailor made package in order to save our clients costs. I am proud to be able to support a hard working dynamic friendly team of Energy professionals.

I believe communication is the key to success. I have been Honored as a Full Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Fuellers. In my spare time I enjoy racing and maintaining classic cars and bikes.

Adrienne Sullivan - Head of Finance

Since qualifying as a Chartered Accountant, I have set out to understand the businesses I have worked with, to deliver inward and outward customer facing teams. Having joined Energy Management in 2017, we have sought to ensure the finance department, through a process of continuous improvement, delivers systems and management Information to support and drive the continued growth and development of the partnership.

My support of Chelsea, season ticket holder for over 10 years, England Cricket, Bath rugby and the love of live shows/theater, along with my dogs (Bentley, Mouriniho, Vialli, Zouma) and husband, keeps me busy when I am not working.

Stuart Newbury - Senior Engineer

I’m another team member who has plenty of utility company experience and account management experience. On a day-to-day basis I deal with areas such as renewals, legislation changes, or billing issues identified by the team, while I also coordinate new supplies on customers’ behalf. I’m the team member responsible for drafting our monthly bulletin so it’s crucial that I am totally up-to-date with and understand the changes to legislation and can translate the fluctuations in the energy market into next steps for Energy Management colleagues and for our customers. As manager of the various climate change and sustainability schemes, such as CRC, CCA and ESOS, I am the first port of call for all customers wanting to discuss their responsibilities to the environment.

In fact, at home, I am using my energy efficiency knowledge to automate my house and create a smart home – when I’m not travelling to sporting events, that is.

Billy Pryke – Senior Key Account Manager

I joined Energy Management In August 2018 after being with an Electricity supplier for 9 years in a variety of roles. These roles included Change of Tenancies, Objection handling, direct SME renewals and SME new business sales. I then moved on to Account management in I&C dealing with customer from 1GWh – 20GWh before moving on to becoming an I&C Key Account Manager, which involved managing some of my previous employers top 10 broker relationships.

In my role I am responsible for a majority of Energy Managements Key Accounts, maintaining and building strong relationships with clients by understanding their needs and requirements. Getting to know how a business operates and the way a client uses their energy is really key in my role, so that I can provide my client new ideas and innovations that could help them become more energy efficient, which in turn helps save on the clients overall costs as well as advising on the best procurement strategy, or being a point of contact to discuss any issues they have.

In my spare time, I enjoy watching my football team Ipswich Town (26 years as a season ticket holder) and I like to keep fit either by running or you’ll find me in the “box” at my local CrossFit gym trying to lift some heavy weights!

Ian Scattergood – National Account Manager

With over 25 years’ experience in key account management, I joined the team at Energy Management in April 2017. Acting as the face to face contact between Energy Management and the client, it is my role to ensure a complete understanding of the client’s requirements, planning, agreeing and implementing the best solution to ensure that all projects are completed ‘right first time, every time’. I see an important part of my job identifying trends, analysing data so that the client doesn’t have to. Many of our clients do not have the time or resource necessary to help them identify ways to reduce their consumption and achieve their energy cost goals, which is why exceptional account management is my responsibility.

Outside of work I am a keen fan of watching motorsport, anything with an engine and wheels - the noisier the better - and when I win the lottery one of my dreams would be to travel the world following Formula 1.

Steve Weston - Senior Technical Services Engineer

I joined Energy Management in 2004. I’m a qualified electrical engineer and, having worked for 32 years in that field before becoming a member of the team here, I have plenty of highly relevant experience and knowledge from inside the energy industry. I have a keen eye for detail which is vital when analysing energy projects including: new supplies or changes to existing supplies; procurement of energy contracts, and energy efficiency works to meet compliance legislation.

Relaxing could mean watching football, classic cars, doing a spot of DIY or spending time with my five grandchildren (although this may not be quite so relaxing!).

Tabby Sutton – Water Services Manager

I have over 4 years’ experience of working in the Energy industry in different roles, including 1 year at Energy Management as an Account Administration Manager. I have recently moved across to the Water Services team as Water Services Manager.

My current responsibilities include the co-ordination the Trade Effluent applications, water invoice validation and review, along with managing the team. I also assist with renewal of current customers water contracts and the procurement of new customer contracts.

I am an avid explorer out of work, whether it be touring the lesser known areas of the country or exploring the treetops on a Go Ape course.