Regen 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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  • Zero Energy Buildings Catalyst – whole house retrofit workshop

    To follow on from our two technical training days, our next event will look to unpick the current state of retrofit and why the ZEBCat project is using Energiesprong to demonstrate innovative and radical solutions to the problems we have with the existing UK housing stock. Read more


  • First ever community dinner with a DNO, 15 December 2017

    On Tuesday 40 community representatives from across the south west had dinner with their Distribution Network Operator (DNO), following a muddy winter walk to see the Castle Drogo hydropower and biomass projects on Dartmoor. It was a unique opportunity for community groups to learn more about renewable energy systems, and discuss their innovative community energy project ideas with one of Western Power Distribution’s (WPD) leading engineers in an informal setting. Read more

  • Energy generation in Wales, 15 December 2017

    Wales now generates over 43 percent of its electricity consumption from renewables, contributed to by over 67,000 renewable energy projects. While the UK and England are without a renewable energy or renewable electricity target after 2020, Wales is making strides towards its 2030 target of 70 percent of its electricity consumption being generated by renewables. Read more

  • The future of network charging: What will it cost to access the grid? - Part 2, 11 December 2017

    This is the second blog in response to Ofgem’s proposals for a fundamental review of electricity network charging launched at the Charging Futures Forum. Read more