Board and Management

Charles Tatnall

Executive Chairman

Charles advises and raises funds for small and medium sized enterprises. He has held a number of positions with public companies in North America and Canada, including co-founder and principal of BioProgress Technology Ltd which was quoted on NASDAQ OTC and later migrated to AIM. He also founded Maceworth Ltd, one of the largest corporate entertainment companies in the UK at the time.

Phil Stephens


Phil has held senior roles in the energy industry, including a power generator where he was responsible for the transition from a national generator to a premium low carbon energy supplier. As a partner in global consulting firms, he has worked with boards of energy utilities, leading practices and projects around the globe. He has since worked with organisations in strategy and commercial director roles, including value realisation for private equity. Most recently Phil was a director of a STOR business in the UK.

Paul Lazarevic


Paul was founder director and CEO of Fulcrum Power, a STOR business. He has a long track record in the energy industry previously being CEO of a grid balancing technology company. Prior to that he was head of corporate sales at RWEnpower, responsible for a £1.5bn operation. He spent 10 years at ExxonMobil where his experience varied from managing the design and construction of refinery power generation in the USA and Far East, to setting up a gas trading operation in the UK.

James Longley


James is an FCA who, after roles at Arthur Andersen, Creditanstalt-Bankverein and Touche Ross Corporate Finance, co-led the £10m MBI of The Wilcox Group in 1990 and was co-founder, director and chief financial officer of both BioProgress Technology Intl Inc., listed on NASD and AIM; and private equity backed PhotoBox, Europe’s leading online photo-finishing business which acquired in 2011. He continues to act for and invest in small to medium sized businesses and holds a number of NED roles.

Tim Cottier

Non Executive Director

Tim is a Chartered Accountant who has spent many years in the corporate finance, real estate and green energy sectors. He is currently CEO of Kinloch Corporate Finance, a corporate advisory company based in London and Leeds which specialises in capital raising, private equity, venture capital and M&A activities within the SME sector dealing with transactions from £1 million to £50 million. He is involved with a number of sustainable energy projects as adviser and in particular, the waste to energy sector.