Smart Metering Systems announces COO Tim Mortlock as next CEO

– UK, Glasgow –  Smart Metering Systems plc (LON: SMS), the fully integrated energy infrastructure company today announced the appointment of COO Tim Mortlock as CEO from 1 March 2022, to succeed Alan Foy who will step down from the company on 1 March 2022.

“Tim Mortlock has been an integral part of our senior management team and worked side by side with Alan for a number of years. The Board is confident that he is the right individual to succeed Alan and to continue to drive our business forward for our customers, shareholders and employees. Tim will continue to be supported by the existing executive leadership team and senior management.” said Board Chair, Miriam Greenwood.

About Smart Metering Systems plc

Smart Metering Systems plc is the fully integrated energy infrastructure company owning and managing meter assets, energy data, grid-scale batteries, and other carbon reduction assets. The Group manages and optimizes these assets through its in-house technology and data analytics platform “METIS”.

Established in 1995, SMS provides a full end-to-end service, from funding and installation to management and maintenance, with a highly skilled workforce, deep engineering expertise, and well-established industrial partnerships.

SMS is leading the low carbon, smart energy revolution in the UK and is committed to reducing its carbon emissions to net-zero by 2030. SMS has been recognized with the London Stock Exchange’s Green Economy Mark every year since it was introduced in 2019.

SMS plc is headquartered in Glasgow with a national presence across twelve UK locations.

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