Myles Kitcher, Peel NRE, p Font Comms

Myles Kitcher is leaving Peel NRE after 22 years. Credit: via Font Comms

Peel NRE managing director steps down

Myles Kitcher is leaving the company after more than two decades, stating: “It has been a fascinating and fulfilling 22 years but now is the time to explore new challenges at an exciting time for the sector”.

Kitcher helped create the natural resources and energy-focussed Peel company. Under his leadership, Peel NRE has focussed on investments that support the low-carbon and circular economy.

The company’s portfolio includes district heating, electric vehicle charging, waste management, and renewable energy. Perhaps its most prominent project has been Protos – an energy and resource hub near Ellesmere Port that has explored CO2 networks and the transformation of non-recyclable plastic into energy. Current Peel NRE projects include the Mersey Heat Network, the redevelopment of Fiddlers Ferry, and a 780-acre solar farm in Frodsham.

In a statement, Kitcher wished his former company well.

“Peel has been a great and supportive place to deliver innovative and forward-thinking investment and development,” he said.

Kitcher added later: “I wish everyone in Peel all the very best for the future and look forward to seeing the company continue to grow and develop.  It is a great company with dedicated and professional people”.

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All the best Myles, keep in touch in your new role.

By Andy Carp

Sorry to see you go..hope the next step is interesting and exciting. I look forward to hearing your news.

By Sue Sljivic

Myles – I wish you every success in the next chapter of your life and career. You have always been great to work with and a dedicated advocate for your company and the wider world of green energy and technology. I hope that our paths cross again!

By Jack Stopforth- Taylor Stopforth Limited

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