The team have many years experience and expertise in renewable energy, Planning, architecture, software programming, finance and law. Energence has a network of companies and experts that it regularly partners with on projects.
Was previously Head of Low Carbon Technologies for the Energy Saving Trust, where he worked with deep level technical advice and interpretation of field trail results for public and industry dissemination. Often described as the EST’s ‘techie of last resort’. He sat on Government and Industry Advisory and steering groups including the Microgeneration Certification Scheme, the Carbon Compliance Standards Group (Zero carbon definition), The ETI Strategic Advisory Group and several Smart Technology and Metering Groups.
Had responsibility for developing and implementing sustainability and energy policies at the London Borough of Merton – most notably the Merton Rule which won the Royal Town Planning Institute’s Silver Jubilee Cup in 2006. Also an occasional MSc lecturer in Sustainable Urban Development at Oxford University, and teaches renewable energy Master-classes for the Royal Town Planning Institute. In 2007 he was elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, and in May 2008 won the Heating & Ventilation Contractor Association’s Gold Award.