Thomas Hewitt Jones, Composer in residence

Thomas Hewitt Jones is an award-winning composer of contemporary classical and commercial music. Winner of the 2003 BBC Young Composer Competition, his music has been published by Boosey & Hawkes, Oxford University Press, Banks Music, the RSCM, Encore Publications, Universal Music, and is frequently heard on radio, TV and the cinema in the UK and abroad. His composition 'Cameron's Lament' recently went viral. The Musical SWIMBY developed with Regen SW makes a song and dance of community energy!Read more

Matt Harvey, Poet in residence

Writer, poet, enemy of all that’s difficult and upsetting, Matt’s way with words has taken him from Totnes to the Wimbledon Tennis Championships via Saturday Live, the Edinburgh Festival and the Work section of the Guardian. He is host of Wondermentalist – Radio 4’s comedy-infused, musically enhanced interactive poetry cabaret – and author of a number of books of poetry including 'The Element in the Room - poems inspired by renewable energy' which was developed with Regen.Read more

Neil Harris

Neil is a project development & construction executive, with over 40 years’ experience to Board Level in the United Kingdom and internationally, across multiple construction sectors, a Chartered Engineer and a Chartered Builder/Construction Manager.Read more

Ian Hutchcroft

Ian is a strategic Programme Director and senior Sustainability Consultant with over 25 years’ experience of developing, financing and delivering sustainable development strategies and programmes in the public, private and third sectors.Read more

Tim Sydenham

Tim works for Plymouth University whilst studying part-time for a PhD in governance and strategy implementation. He is Chair of the board of directors of Plymouth Energy Community and has been nominated by PEC to stand on the PEC Renewables Board.Read more

Clare Reid

After 15 years working in the public and voluntary sectors Clare has established her own consultancy business providing advice on planning policy, environmental strategy, climate change and renewable energy. Clare is an Associate with Regen SW, providing support to local authorities and developing proposals for future projects, including local energy plans, community renewable energy projects and opportunities arising from Allowable Solutions.Read more

James Reddy

James works to promote the south west’s position as a leader in sustainable energy. He is responsible for our public relations and public affairs work with the media, councillors and MPs. He is also editor of our publications and our website.Read more

Tom Langdon-Davies

Tom Langdon-Davies FRSA is an electrical engineer with experience in renewable energy projects since 1977.Read more

Keith Gillanders

Keith joined Regen SW in 2003 and worked in a variety of renewable energy areas including wave energy, biomass, solar PV and low carbon housing. As Head of Business Development he played a leading role in the development of new business support and technology acceleration projects. Since 2011 he has been an Associate and has worked mainly on smart grid projects.Read more