Alan is a Consultant in our projects practice and for many years lead the firm’s environment and energy group, with a focus on advising clients in the renewable energy sector.
He has more than thirty years’ experience working for clients across the renewables technologies, including wind, solar, biomass, water, landfill gas, energy from waste and anaerobic digestion and is embedded in the industry.
Holistic advice on climate change, sustainability, decarbonisation and low-carbon business is at the heart of his practice. He has particular specialisms in energy regulation, electricity management, storage and efficiency, power and heat purchase agreements and private wire, reserve power and ancillary services arrangements.
Alan works for a wide range of clients across the environment and energy sector, ranging from large established businesses to younger, entrepreneurial companies. He prides himself on speaking the same language as his clients, thanks to his deep enthusiasm for the sector and he enjoys a network of relationships across the industry that keeps him at the cutting edge of market developments.
Helping you succeed in tomorrow's world
I am passionate about decarbonisation and helping businesses achieve their carbon reduction and wider sustainability goals. My particular area of focus is on addressing challenges connected with the transition to net zero carbon.
I am a director of Regen SW, the independent centre of sustainable energy expertise based in the South West of England that promotes the transition to a smart low-carbon energy system. I am also company secretary of FareShare South West, a charity that redistributes surplus food from the food and drink industry to a network of local groups working with disadvantaged people thereby helping address food poverty, providing opportunities for volunteering and training and reducing waste and associated carbon emissions.
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