Lauren Pamma joins EVA England’s Board of Directors, bringing her in-depth expertise in the decarbonisation of transport to the EV Drivers Association.

We are delighted to announce today the appointment of Lauren Pamma to our Board of Directors, following on from her recent appointment as Head of Energy and Infrastructure at Aldermore Bank.

Lauren has extensive experience leading on, and developing, decarbonisation policy. From 2020 to 2024, she led the Green Finance Institute’s Coalition for the Decarbonisation of Transport, which focused on developing new financial products and solutions to help accelerate the decarbonisation of transport. In June 2024, Lauren joined Aldermore Bank to establish and lead a new Energy & Infrastructure team, dedicated to the energy and infrastructure renewables financing sector.

Her appointment to our Board of Directors reinforces our dedication to making England’s transition to EVs faster and more equitable during an exciting time for the Association. Just last month, we launched the EV Drivers’ Manifesto, providing a voice for EV drivers on the issues that matter most to them, and outlining the key policy solutions that can help drive the sector forward.

Prior to joining the GFI, Lauren’s career at Lloyds Banking Group spanned 16 years and saw her hold several financial, strategy and commercial roles, primarily within the asset finance division. Most recently she led the electrification agenda for Lex Autolease, identifying ways to accelerate the transition to electric vehicles.

Lauren holds a BSc in Zoology from Liverpool University and is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales.

In response to her appointment, Lauren commented:

EVA England has been representing the views of EV drivers for many years and has fast become an integral voice in the transition to zero-emission vehicles.

I’m delighted to be joining the EVA England board at a time when EV drivers really need a collective voice to ease the transition for all.

Warren Philips, Chair of the Board for EVA England, said:

“I am delighted to warmly welcome to Lauren Pamma as she joins our Board of Directors. Her long-standing commitment as an EV driver gives her a deep appreciation of EVA England’s mission and the journey ahead. She has been a trailblazer in creating innovative financial products and solutions essential for the shift towards sustainable transportation.

With her rich background in green finance and dedication to electric vehicles, Lauren is poised to be an extraordinary contributor to EVA England. Her expertise and insights are expected to be pivotal in advancing our efforts to promote EV adoption and the development of infrastructure throughout England, propelling us closer to our vision of accessible electric mobility for all.

James Court, CEO of EVA England, remarked:

“It’s great to have someone of Lauren’s expertise, experience and drive join the board.

“Lauren’s previous work has helped move this agenda forward and she is widely recognised as a leading thinker in transport and finance policy which further boosts our board.”

About EVA England

The Electric Vehicle Association (EVA) England was established in June 2020 to offer a voice, services and representation to current and future electric vehicle drivers in England. EVA England is a non-profit community interest company founded by passionate EV drivers inspired by the benefits of electric driving and concerned by the health and climate impacts of the use of petrol and diesel cars and vans.

EVA England is an independent group and represent its members and the wider EV driver community.

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