We believe that organisations face a huge climate challenge to their existing approach and will need help to transition to Net Zero. We also believe organisations have a huge opportunity to look at their strategy and adapt their model to a more sustainable direction.
Combined with associate experts in areas of specific interest, we can offer a stepped approach. RenewEV will guide you through the process from “why do it” right through to defining the business plan and implementing it.
Alex has over 15 years’ experience delivering renewable energy and zero carbon technology including work for some of the most prestigious clients in the country. His experience has included senior roles with British Gas and T H WHITE, consultancy with Good Energy and as well as running his own business in this time.
Alex has extensive experience in construction, CDM and EPC contracting involving the design, installation and maintenance of a wide range of technology including Solar PV, Solar Thermal, all Heat Pumps, Biomass heating, district heating, Wind Power, Battery Storage, Electric Vehicle charging infrastructure.
Alex can advise clients and their representatives in the private and public sector and in the commercial and agricultural space. The types of services he offers include strategic advice and feasibility studies, procurement, project management, connections to funding solutions and grant sources and access to some of the best brands in zero carbon technology the market has to offer.
John completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Bristol, reading Aeronautical Engineering, where he was awarded1st Prize in a cross-discipline renewable energy project by the Royal Academy of Engineering. Instead of pursuing a career in engineering, he was drawn to London, where he worked for a variety of well known companies, including Haymarket Publishing, Nestle, and Virgin, where he completed his training as a Chartered Management Accountant.
Whilst at Virgin, he began pursuing broader roles outside of finance; from Marketing to Strategy which was complemented with his completion of an Executive MBA at the University of Bath. On becoming a father in 2011, John reflected on the need to pursue a more purposeful career, that could leverage the skills he had accumulated in a way that would better contribute to society. This brought John back to his roots as an aeronautical engineer, and the support for renewable energy.
Having recently spent two years as the Chief of Staff to the CEO of a FTSE 250 energy retailer, John saw the opportunity to partner with Alex and support organisations across the South West of England to build a path towards a Net Zero future.