Chris Elliott

Chris is an experienced project manager of multi million pound hydro projects. He is a proven small business entrepreneur and manager. Chris is a British Hydropower Association member who has represented the BHA at public events and within regulatory groups. He has designed a range of fish pass types and a low head loss mesh conveyor screen product, installed in around 30 schemes in UK and France.Read more

Ray Arrell, senior project manager - storage and grid

Ray’s main focus is to continue Regen’s work and understanding around energy storage and the evolution of the UK’s electricity network and system.Read more

Animation series for Western Power Distribution

Animations to show new ways to connect, supply and manage the electricity network.Read more

Podcast - The UK's new industrial strategy

Having considered 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. Chloe Uden a producer at Regen interviews CEO Merlin HymanRead more

Podcast - The cost of generating electricity in the future

“Cheap and clean” – A new BEIS report confirms that renewable energy will be cheaper than fossil fuels. This podcast is about what levelled costs of energy generation are and what they say about the future of energy in the UK and further afield. Chloe Uden a producer at Regen interviews CEO Merlin HymanRead more

Peer Power

Peer Power aims to inspire the setup of new community energy groups in Dorset, and to support existing groups in Devon and Dorset through local peer networks to achieve their energy ambitions. We want to help groups do more local clean energy projects that have a benefit to communities.Read more


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Engaging communities in network innovation

Aims to look at how to positively engage local communities in network innovation.Read more

Tamar Bourne, senior manager - smart energy lead

Tamar leads Regen’s smart grids and local supply projects including; a network innovation trial ‘the Sunshine Tariff’, producing a white paper and providing advice on local supply options and exploring smart grid solutions for community energy.Read more

Amy Brimmicombe, analyst

Amy is an analyst at Regen delivering a range of technical support services. Responsibilities include developing Regen’s GIS capabilities, data analysis and baseline low carbon deployment studies, as well as other advisory services support.Read more

Tim Crook, head of technical services

Tim is a mechanical engineer with a broad range of experience in onshore heat consultancy, offshore marine renewables, building services and in the defence industries.Read more

Sonya Bedford

Sonya is a Partner with Stephens Scown solicitors, based in its Exeter office, and is head of the firm’s Renewable Energy team. Her strengths lie in dealing with wind farms, wind turbine acquisition, solar pv (domestic and commercial), anaerobic digestion, biomass and hydro.Read more

Olly Frankland, project manager - heat and built environment lead

Olly manages a number of projects and has developed specialism heat, community energy and microgeneration.Read more

Richard Cresswell

Richard is an independent environmental advisor. Until 2014, he was Director for the Environment Agency in the South West of England. He currently chairs Wessex Water’s Catchment Panel and the Bristol Avon Catchment Partnership.Read more

Jodie Giles, senior manager - community energy lead

Jodie is a senior project manager responsible for the delivery of Regen’s community energy support programme. Jodie engages with communities, developers and the wider renewable energy industry to support communities in the development of sustainable energy projects.Read more