David Duffy

David is a Divisional Environmental Health Officer working for South Lanarkshire Council managing a combination of teams covering a variety of Environmental Health functions.  He has worked in both public and private sectors with the ongoing objective of trying to ”make a difference”.  David is currently Senior Vice President of the Royal Environmental Health Institute of Scotland (REHIS) a Fellow of the Institute and has been a Chartered EHO since 2004. He is committed to promoting Environmental Health and its contribution to Public Health.

Andrew trained with Aberdeen Council and qualified as an Environmental Health in 2005. It was working in Aberdeen that Andrew was first introduced to his first electric car ‘Sparky’. Andrew moved to Edinburgh City Council 2006 and now occupies a role as an Environmental Health Officer working in the Environmnetal Protection team covering Planning, Public Health, local air quality and noise.  Andrew has a particular interest in low emission vehicles and has lead on the development of an electric vehicle charging infrastructure in Edinburgh.

David Beeton

David has worked across 5 continents and is a regular keynote speaker at electric mobility conferences around the world. David has led two global task forces on electric vehicle business models and EVs in smart cities for the International Energy Agency (IA-HEV).

Jacob Roberts

Jacob is Energy Saving Trust’s lead on ultra-low emission vehicles and air quality, managing projects on behalf of Transport Scotland, the UK Department for Transport and the Office for Low Emission Vehicles. His activities cover ULEV infrastructure planning; business case development; real-world demonstrators; market research & ULEV adoption forecasting and; guidance for consumers, business and public sector organisations.

John Bynorth

John joined EPS in January from The Herald, where as night news editor he oversaw the newspaper's coverage of the ClientEarth legal action against the Government on air quality in major cities and the announcement of Low Emission Zones in Scotland.

He has also been a journalist with the Sunday Herald, the Scottish Sun, London Evening Standard and the Mail on Sunday. EPS is co-ordinating Clean Air Day in Scotland this year on behalf of the Scottish Government's Cleaner Air for Scotland (CAFS) strategy.