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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Joining Regen is a highly effective way of gaining high quality market and policy insight and developing your profile and connections. Read more


  • Zero Energy Buildings Catalyst – building physics

    Regen are running another of the popular technical training days, looking at the important technical details to be considered with energy efficient whole house retrofit. Read more


  • Future flexibility markets for beginners, 16 February 2018

    Communities and small generators have a lot of potential to balance supply and demand for electricity at a local level, reducing impact on our electricity network and helping us avoid paying for costly upgrades. Markets for this flexibility are designed for large scale big players, so how will domestic customers and small-scale energy generators be able to interact with flexibility markets, and extract value in the future? Read more

  • Ups and downs in the Renewable Heat Incentive – will biomass remain as the dominant technology? 26 January 2018

    The government last week released the latest statistics relating to the Renewable Heat Incentive, covering the period to December 2017 since the scheme’s inception in November 2011. Read more

  • Accessing the network benefits from local matching – a working model? 26 January 2018

    Communities and local generators often want to supply electricity directly to local customers and it feels intuitively right that doing this should cost less than if they used the full national electricity network. Regen has recently completed some work looking at how local consumers and local generators might be able to see the value from network savings flowing from more locally matched electricity. Read more