Christopher has extensive experience in marketing, sales support & management. He has worked at sales director level in the low energy heating sector, selling at board level to distributors, housing associations, the public sector, and property developers. He has 4 years experience in developing and commercialising energy storage products, with sales in Malawi, Kenya, Zambia, Gambia, and the UK.
Also as CEO of Sun Harvester he has successfully taken a concept to R&D , prototype and through to commercialisation, including a Government funded Micro-grid project in Nigeria, and medical facility solar storage projects in Tanzania, and Malawi.
Christopher has a passion to eliminate energy poverty worldwide whilst reducing Carbon emissions. In June 2020 Christopher was selected to join Cambridge University’s business School, under the entrepreneurial ignite programme which was funded by The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.