Regen SW offers independent expert advice on all aspects of sustainable energy delivery

We use our technical, financial and policy knowledge to support a range of public and private sector organisations to make the most of their clean energy opportunities.  

Financial modelling

Financial and economic modelling to assess opportunities and aid decision making

Advisory services

Bespoke consultancy and support services from strategy to delivery

Data analysis

Market and technology analysis backed by full GIS capability

Future energy scenarios

Applying real-life industry knowledge to understand future energy systems

Areas of work

We lead pioneering sustainable energy projects to drive emerging business models and new investment opportunities. 
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  • EWiRE A smart, decentralised system

    This event will provide an opportunity for women working in the sector to understand the market opportunities in energy storage and smarter energy markets as we move towards a system which is more decentralised, smarter and cleaner. Read more


  • Sunshine Tariff trial findings published, 7 February 2017

    The findings of the Sunshine Tariff trial have been released. This trial explored the potential of a domestic demand side response to resolve network capacity issues in the local area, by incentivising customers to use electricity between 10am and 4pm in the summer months. Read more

  • Report on the future of distribution networks, 6 February 2017

    Regen has worked with Western Power Distribution (WPD) to develop bespoke local future energy scenarios to underpin their network planning. Using these, WPD has now published a report on the plans for their South Wales network. Read more

  • Industrial Strategy: RIP Energy Trilema, 27 January 2017

    Having digested the government’s new Industrial Strategy, announced with much fanfare this week we thought we would give you our views on what it tells us about the new administration’s thinking on energy. Read more