SEP is pleased to announce the appointment of Tony Robison to work on its newly established Environmental Energies Fund (EEF).
Mr Robison joins SEP from Aberdeen-based energy technology company Gas 2 Ltd, where he was Finance Director. A Chartered Accountant, he previously worked with KPMG and also a number of SEP-backed companies, including oilfield technology company MTEM, which was acquired by PGS for $275m in 2007.
EEF is a £95 million secondary fund, which has acquired a portfolio of energy investments from FTSE 100 utilities company SSE plc.
Calum Paterson, Managing Partner at SEP said:
“We are delighted that Tony Robison has joined us. We obviously know him well through his involvement in some of our former investments. He brings strong financial and operational skills and significant commercial experience. I am sure he will be an excellent addition to our team and add value to the companies in our portfolio”.