Scott Armstrong is an experienced energy and sustainability professional having worked in various roles in these areas for the past 26 years. His experience includes 10 years with energy suppliers, 10 years with energy consultancy businesses and the past 6 years coordinating the energy and sustainability activities of the UK’s largest holiday and holiday home ownership group, Bourne Leisure. In Scott’s current role of Head of Energy and Sustainability, he oversees all activities in the areas of utility procurement, utility conservation, sustainable build, environmental legislation and utility budget forecasting across the 3 operating brands.
A Cuppa at 11 with Scott Armstrong, Head of Energy and Sustainability at Bourne Leisure
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