According to Aeternum Capital, Lord Cunningham, who is regarded as an industry expert, was selected for his experience in both politics and the energy sector.
In addition to being an active member of the House of Lords, Lord Cunningham currently chairs the north- east Sustainable Resources Board, which seeks to improve recycling and reuse capability in the region.
Lord Cunningham said: "Aeternum is an exciting and innovative organisation working hard to ensure the development of sustainable infrastructure in this country.
"I am looking forward to working with them as they continue to drive forward technologies that will assist the UK's transition to a low carbon economy"
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