Baxi Heating has bolstered its specialist team of Combined Heat and Power (CHP) experts with the appointment of Paul Wilson as national sales manager for Remeha’s CHP division.
The announcement comes as Gary Stoddart changes his role from technical sales director (CHP) at Remeha to technical services manager at Baxi Heating, which will enable him to fulfil a long-standing desire to work four days a week.
Previously, technical sales manager (CHP), Paul has five years’ experience in the CHP sector and joined Baxi Heating in 2015. He started his career in the heating industry as a pipe fitter and later became an estimator and project manager on Transport for London projects.
Today’s announcement follows on from the integration of SenerTec’s CHP specialists into Remeha last year.
James Porter, sales director at Remeha said: “We’re delighted to unveil Paul’s new role. His extensive knowledge of the CHP sector puts him in the perfect position to help the team deliver tailored solutions that can meet customers heating and hot water needs and maximise efficiency and cost savings.”
Paul comments: “Providing the right information and technical support is key to identifying a correctly designed and sized CHP solution for our customers. With my mix of experience, I will be ensuring that we continue to do this and deliver an unrivalled level of service, so that our customers can get the most from CHP technology.”
In his new role, Gary Stoddart will lead on technical services for Andrews Water Heaters. He will initially manage the technical aspects of the company’s solar thermal offering, from the equipment to pre and post sales services, before expanding his remit to cover the complete product portfolio.
Andy Green, Baxi Heating’s head of technical said: “I would like to welcome Gary to the team. He brings with him a wealth of technical expertise to further enhance Andrews Water Heaters’ solar offering. At the same time, the move will give him the chance to spend more time with his family.”