Inventor, Founder and Technical Director.
Phil has enjoyed making mechanical devices from an early age. He became particularly interested in energy efficient technology in his teens and since then has been involved in the study and
development of innovative low energy power and water solutions. Phil had set up businesses to develop his innovations and progressed the Papa Pump and related technology since the ‘90’s.
Providing non-executive balance and strategic leadership to the Board from diverse international business experience combined with a corporate governance regulatory specialism. Ian qualified
as a Chartered Secretary, earned Master’s Degrees from Portsmouth and the University of London in Law, Corporate Governance Research and Business.
Hugh graduated from Oxford University with a degree in modern and classical Chinese and has since worked for Mahon China, Nomura (Tokyo) and JP Morgan (London) in the financial sector.
Hugh became Commercial Director in 2011 and represents Water Powered Technologies’ commercial interests in both the UK and worldwide
Sales Support Manager
Ellen has over thirty years combined administration and retail experience, and has worked alongside Founder and Technical Director, Phil Selwyn since 1997. Contact Ellen for all
invoice/admin/general enquiries - if she cannot help, she will know someone who can.
Since his apprenticeship with General Motors began in 1969, Brian now has 45 years experience in Mechanical Engineering Design and is highly proficient in Solidworks 3D CAD and Luxology Modo 3D modelling, animating and rendering software.
Tidal Power Consultant
Following a long varied career as an engineer in the RAF, Joseph was able to turn his engineering abilities to designing rubber based structural solutions and also developed a novel machine to remove beading from tyres allowing the economic recycling of car and commercial vehicle tyres for use within his and other products. His knowledge of aerodynamics and structures led to the Jetstream lagoon concept which WPT are developing to maximise the efficiency and longevity potential of this exciting new tidal power technology.
After qualifying with a degree in Graphic Design, Graham worked for a large independent retailer as Advertising Manager, involved in the production of all design for print, POS, plus radio
and television commercials. Since 1999 he as run is own design and print business.
Heather started her career in the nuclear industry which led to specialisation of safety and risk management in Europe and Australia. She developed these skills and has advised extensively within the aviation and nuclear sectors. She currently lives with her husband and family in Australia, is a keen enthusiast and advocate for renewable energy and is an energy coach. Heather is also the WPT distributor for Australasia where her knowledge of energy and engineering are well placed in advising individuals and corporations alike.
Paul has an engineering background in the motor industry and has been able to translate these skills in developing his career with Water Powered Technologies as a Field and Development Engineer.
Dr. Angela Pober
Angela has held operational roles in manufacturing before moving to Accenture providing financial services consulting on business operating models and program management.
She now runs her own consulting business and manages her cattle farm. She holds a MBA from Ashridge, and a Ph.D. from King’s College, London.
In more than 35 years as a patent consultant, Stephen has helped businesses to grow and prosper by protecting their inventions, brand names and product designs. With a degree in physiology, Stephen is a Chartered UK and European Patent Attorney and has a broad practical experience in engineering, computing and electronics.
Design and Innovation Adviser
Huw has many years experience heading design and technology projects with companies such as Philips and Hewlett Packard, where he managed teams in the UK, North America, Spain and Japan. He recently worked with the US Government ‘Design Programme’ where he advises technology and engineering businesses. Huw is a visiting professor at the University of West of England and fellow of the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce as well as a member of the Royal Photographic Society. He is passionate about innovation and design and is committed to the development of sustainable technologies.
Ian has expertise in mechanical engineering and extensive knowledge of the UK water industry and standards. He has been involved in the manufacture and export of water industry products from Asia for 25 years and resides in Hong Kong and China. His fluent understanding of the Chinese language and range of manufacturing industries assists in developing and supporting our valued Asian relationships.