Keith Budden

Keith Budden is a Strategic Partnership Manager at E.ON Sustainable Energy.

Following his studies at the University of London, Keith worked with international development agencies in East and West Africa, where he managed community development and environmental projects.

In 2001 Keith moved to Birmingham to become Director of an Environmental Charity and in 2005 joined Be Birmingham, the City’s Local Strategic Partnership as Head of Sustainability working across the public, private, voluntary and community sector. Keith helped Birmingham win a Green Flag from the Audit Commission for tackling climate change.

Keith established Birmingham Energy Savers as UK largest local authority run renewable energy and housing retrofit programme. He managed and developed Birmingham City Council's commercial waste and domestic recycling programme and delivered a new business model, increasing recycling rates and income generation.