The energy sector faces key challenges including: de-carbonising heat and transport networks; reducing harmful emissions; ensuring energy security; providing resilience to the transmission and supply networks; and reducing costs for energy users. This is set against a continuing shift from centralised large-scale fossil fuel and nuclear generation to smaller scale decentralised generation focused on: renewable energy technologies; energy storage; standby generation; micro generation technologies; smart systems; demand side response; energy conservation; and intelligent energy management systems.
We work for energy generators, suppliers, developers, investors, users and regulators. We provide multidiscipline support to clients including: site identification and appraisal; project design; technical and environmental impact assessments; planning and permitting applications; construction project management; asset management; energy audits and energy management; policy and regulatory advice; decommissioning; and project sale and acquisition environmental and technical due diligence.
Our expertise includes nuclear; oil and gas; wind farms, solar farms; combined heat and power; biomass heat; energy from waste; gas and biofuel standby generation; battery storage; hydro; district heating; geothermal; electric vehicle charging; hybrid gas standby and rapid reserve battery; powerlines and pipelines.