A leading finance executive with global energy business experience has joined Energy Assets Group as Chief Financial Officer.


Luca Sutera takes up his new role at one of Britain’s leading independent metering, utility construction and energy network businesses as the company prepares for an era of accelerated growth.


In an impressive business career, Mr Sutera has gained considerable expertise in power and renewable energy markets, most recently as Group Chief Financial Officer for Nebras Power, a Doha-based global energy company with assets and operations in eight countries across the Middle East, Europe, South East Asia, North Africa and South America. Here, he played a pivotal role in the development and execution of the company’s internationalisation strategy, the establishment of robust corporate and investment governance, and the financing of organic growth projects and international acquisitions.


“I am delighted to be joining the Board at Energy Assets Group at a very exciting stage in its development.” said Mr Sutera. “The company’s innovation has created a business model unique in the UK energy market, which positions it strongly for growth in step with the country’s transition to a low carbon economy.”


Over the last 15 years, Energy Assets Group has grown from an owner and operator of gas meter assets into one of Britain’s most dynamic independent businesses in the energy and data management sector, delivering multi-utility metering, utility network construction and local energy network ownership to a rapidly expanding customer base. Its customers range from public sector organisations and major energy suppliers to some of the biggest brands in housebuilding and retail.


Commented Colin Lynch, Energy Assets Group Chief Executive Officer: “Luca brings outstanding, relevant expertise and experience to our business as we enter the next phase of our development. We are excited about the future and having Luca onboard will add strength to our strategic decision-making and to our corporate governance.”