ETI names new CEO
- Authorities & Government
Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) has appointed Jonathan Wills as its new Chief Executive Officer.
Wills has worked for the ETI in a variety of roles since 2011, most recently as the Program Delivery Director where he was responsible for the continued development of the ETI’s portfolio of technology programs.
Prior to joining the ETI, Wills worked for BAE Systems for 20 years. He is a Chartered Engineer, a Fellow of the Institute of Engineering and Technology and has an MBA from INSEAD.
Jonathan Wills said: “My role is to lead the ETI team to continue to deliver a material impact in its remaining time, and to ensure the considerable capability and knowledge developed over the last 10 years is not lost to the UK energy innovation landscape when the ETI finishes operations at the end of 2019.”
The ETI is a £400 million industry and government funded research institute into low carbon energy system planning and technology development aiming to address UK energy and climate change targets.