The BusinessNZ Energy Council (BEC) is delighted with the appointment of Bennet Tucker from Transpower, a member of the New Zealand Young Energy Professionals Network, to the WEC board for global future energy leaders, the FEL-100.
BEC Chair Hon David Caygill says the appointment to this exclusive group of 100 future global energy leaders is in recognition of Bennet’s outstanding contribution since his appointment to the FEL-100 last year and the value of New Zealand’s contribution to the WEC and its work programme.
This contribution has also been recognised with Bennet’s appointment as Secretary of the FEL-100 Board.
“As a small trade dependent country we continue to produce leaders who with resolve and optimism share our local energy and wider cultural experiences with the rest of the world and bring the best global thinking back home,” Mr Caygill said.
“This appointment serves to further strengthen the already strong ties between the WEC and its New Zealand member committee BEC and we wish Bennet all the best as he serves his three year term.”
- David Caygill 027 432 5228
- Sophie Rose (World Energy Council) +44 20 7292 2092 (UK 13 hours behind)
- Bennet Tucker 021 2412793
About the World Energy Council (WEC)
The World Energy Council’s network of 100 national committees represents over 3,000 member organisations including governments, industry and expert institutions, with the mission of promoting the sustainable supply and use of energy for the greatest benefit of all. www.worldenergy.org
About the BusinessNZ Energy Council (BEC)
The BusinessNZ Energy Council (BEC) is a group of New Zealand organisations taking on a leading role in creating a sustainable energy future for New Zealand. The BEC is the New Zealand Member Committee of the World Energy Council (WEC). All BEC members are automatically members of the WEC. www.bec.org.nz
About the FEL-100
The World Energy Council’s Future Energy Leaders’ programme (FEL-100) is designed to help shape, inspire and grow energy leaders of tomorrow. It serves as a platform for engaging a limited number of ambitious young professionals in national, regional and international activities and events. The objective is to inspire participants to become the next generation of energy leaders capable of solving the world’s most pressing challenges regarding energy and sustainability.