StreetScore: supporting customers on the pathway to net zero
Nigel will be sharing an update on the progress and learnings from the StreetScore project on 14 October at ENIC. In preparation for a net zero gas network, utilities will be replacing metal pipes at a rate of around 4,000km a year, so street works will remain a common feature of communities in the lead-up to 2035. StreetScore is a set of risk impact assessment tools and innovative onsite solutions that aims to reduce the risk, inconvenience and disruption to customers’ lives, especially the more vulnerable people in our society. Nigel will talk you through what was achieved during phase one of the project and plans for phase two
Nigel started work in the Gas industry in 1991 after graduating from Bath University with a degree in Electronics and Communications Engineering.
An experienced operations manager, he led Wales & West Utilities’ Connections business for 10 years before becoming Customer and Social Obligations manager, responsible for customer service performance and the work Wales & West Utilities does to support the most vulnerable. In this position he played a key role in the development of the company’s Business Plan for 2021 – 2026.
Nigel also represents Wales & West Utilities on local and national forums including joint GDN working groups, Carbon Monoxide groups, and Business in the Community Cymru.
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