• Olly Frankland, project manager - heat and built environment lead

    Olly manages a number of projects and has developed a specialism in heat and microgeneration. He works across a large spectrum of technologies, provides policy updates for the industry and is involved in supporting the sector deliver a renewable heat revolution. 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


Recent Publications

Recent Insights

  • Heat networks – where are we heading? 28 April 2017

    With £320 million of funding for heat networks soon to be available and a large pipeline of projects, the UK heat network sector is poised for growth. Read more

  • Heat Update: RHI changes announced, 06 September 2017

    After a long period of radio silence, the government has now initiated a raft of changes to their ‘world first’ Renewable Heat Incentive scheme – and declared an intention to make more. Now six years old, this scheme was created to support both domestic and non-domestic consumers to switch to more renewable forms of heat, such as heat pumps, Anaerobic Digestion and biomass. Read more

  • Launch of Heat Networks: Options For Providing Heat Locally, 10 October 2017

    Leading South West renewable energy experts have urged a focus on heat networks, which connect a number of buildings to a joint heat source, to replace costly and polluting oil fired heating. The specialist energy team at Stephens Scown LLP and Regen, have joined forces to create a guide – Heat Networks: Options For Providing Heat Locally. Read more