According to UK law, the directors are appointed to act on behalf of the members to run the day to day affairs of the business. The directors are directly accountable to the members and each year the company must hold an annual general meeting (AGM) at which the directors must provide a report to Members on the performance of the company.
In addition to business and financial issues, the directors under the UK laws are responsible for corporate governance, corporate social responsibility and corporate ethics.
The GCF Board consists of up to six directors elected by operator members and up to six elected by manufacturer members.
The directors of the GCF Board may appoint representatives of industry as Board Members which role is to advice and support the board.