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Aimee Betts-Charalambous

Aimee joined the CHPA in May 2014 and is responsible for district heating policy work and provides secretariat to the Alliance for Energy Management. 
Aimee is currently completing her masters in Energy and Natural Resources Law at Queen Mary University of London focusing on climate change, energy policy and regulation concerns. Aimee also holds an LLB in English and European Law from Queen Mary University of London and Universiteit Utrecht. Outside of work Aimee enjoys keeping active as part of her internationally ranked cheerleading team, as well as travelling and cooking.

Jonathan Graham

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Jonathan Graham

Jonathan works closely with CHPA members and policymakers to promote the sustainable development of combined heat and power, district heating, and the wider decentralised energy sector in the UK. Jonathan joined the CHPA in 2012 after previously working as a senior researcher in Parliament, and he has also worked as a journalist for several North American newspapers and magazines.


Jonathan holds a BA from Tufts University and an MSc in Public Policy from Queen Mary, University of London. He grew up in Vancouver and Toronto, Canada, but has lived in the United Kingdom since 2008.

Tim Rotheray

Dr Tim Rotheray is the Director of the Combined Heat and Power Association

Claire Wych

Claire provides day to day management of the Association’s communications including the website, news, press release and social media. Claire is also responsible for aiding in the delivery of the communications strategy which is geared towards enhancing engagement with members and stakeholders. Claire holds a Masters degree in Environmental Governance and previously worked as a sales manager for a biomass company. In her spare time Claire enjoys competing at national level with her cheerleading team.