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12:40 GMT Q&A
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Roger Middleton: Board Member, IMechE Energy, Environment and Sustainability Group
Roger Middleton’s career has covered the design and installation of mechanical plant across different areas of industry. Roger brings experience from water and wastewater, production, automation, petro-chemical and marine industries to bear on a variety of engineering problems with a philosophy of developing technical excellence as a foundation for progress. He also coordinated expertise in the broad disciplines of Sustainability: renewable energy, carbon footprinting, energy efficiency, environmental interfaces and climate change impacts. Now retired, he is a Fellow of the I.Mech.E. and an active Board member of their Energy, Environment and Sustainability Group.
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