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Gaynor Hartnell
Submitted: 1 July 2001
Gaynor Hartnell has had 8 years experience in the renewable energy industry.

She graduated with a first class degree in Environmental Science, from the School of Chemistry at Sussex University, in 1989. She spent a further year at Sussex, doing an MSC at the Science Policy Research Unit. She then worked for a brief spell in the water industry, before returning to Sussex University as a Research Fellow, where she worked on the impacts of environmental regulation on innovation in sectors as diverse as agrochemicals and ferrous foundries.

She left Sussex to join the British Wind Energy Association, as Technical and Policy Analyst, in 1995. She became self employed in 1998, specialising in services for renewable energy trade associations. She ran the Landfill Gas Association, which was later renamed the Biogas Association and she co-coordinated CREA an umbrella group of RE trade associations.

Gaynor was involved in the formative stages of the RPA, and became its first member in the summer of 2001.

Gaynor lives with her husband and two children in Sussex.

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