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Energy expert to lead KPMG utility advisory board

Former Scottish Power CEO Nick Horler has been appointed head of KPMG's Energy & Natural Resources (ENR) Advisory Board

KPMG HAS APPOINTED Nick Horler, former CEO of Scottish Power, to lead its Energy & Natural Resources (ENR) Advisory Board.

Horler has 27-year history in the energy industry, working in Spain, the US and the UK, and is the founder of the Energy Retail Association, which he chaired from 2005-2007.

Global ENR leader Michiel Soeting said: “We are delighted to have Nick on board at a time when the utility sector is facing a number of challenges, particularly around required capital investments, reduction of emissions, wholesale prices and consumer behavioural changes.”

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