Keith is a chartered engineer and chartered energy manager with over 20 years’ experience in the pharmaceutical industry in roles including laboratory facilities management, engineering maintenance and manufacturing. For 6 years, Keith led energy, waste and water sustainability improvements for Eli Lilly & Company Limited in the UK, consulting on and facilitating improvement projects globally as a key member of the Lilly global energy reduction team. In 2013, Keith joined EECO2, a global energy efficiency consultancy specialising in laboratory and pharmaceutical cleanroom HVAC energy reduction. He and his team use their deep technical expertise to help clients such as GSK, Astra Zeneca, Pfizer, Lilly, Sanofi and others apply best practice and innovation to reduce energy cost and maintain or improve safety and quality compliance. As a leading practitioner in his field, Keith is also a member of ISPE’s global HVAC Sustainability Steering Group and ISO TC209 committee responsible for ISO14644 (Cleanrooms and associated controlled environments) contributing to the development of standards, training and code of practice guidelines in the discipline. Keith played a key role in developing ISO14644-16 (guide to energy efficiency in cleanrooms).