Dr Bill Sheldrick

Bill has been actively involved in energy issues for almost 30 years, initially through academic work, community initiatives around Leeds and Bradford and the local Right to Fuel Campaign group.

He moved to Glasgow in 1987 to lead Heatwise Glasgow’s Jobs and Energy project, before becoming the Research and Development Manager.

In 1994, he established Alembic Research as an independent consultancy, specialising in energy efficiency and fuel poverty issues.

He was a member of the Watt Committee’s Domestic Energy and Fuel Poverty Working group and a member of the BRE MacBREDEM working Group.

Bill is an assessor, trainer and examiner for the National Home Energy Rating scheme and a received a NHER lifetime achievement award in 2000.

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