The view from Solar Energy UK conference 2015

I was asked for a summary of the event by a journalist and my simple response was this. “Given the circumstances the SEUK show this week in Birmingham was a…

Hyperion targets international growth as it marks first anniversary

Hyperion Executive Search has already won and delivered projects with a number of global multi-nationals and recently secured its first fully retained international search assignment with Gloucestershire-headquartered Inazin. The company…

Onshore wind farm decision will “spook” investors

The Government’s decision to end subsidies for new UK onshore wind farms will have a “big impact” on the renewable energy industry. Firstly this is a political decision on an…

The view from Intersolar 2015

Where do I start? Of course the headline act this year was Hall B1, Energy Storage, or at least that was the area most talked about; but not necessarily the…

How do new UK solar Business Rates and VAT changes affect your business?

As usual last week I had the privilege of chairing the REA’s (Renewable Energy Association) Onsite Renewables sector group meeting at Eversheds in London. As you would expect much of…

Exclusive assignments with Hanwha Q-Cells project development team

We’re pleased to announce that we have been retained to partner with globally renown module manufacturer and project developer Q-Cells to support the growth of their UK operations.  For those…

Renewables vision needed from new Energy Secretary

With its “it’s the economy, stupid” message dominating the Conservative election campaign, the environment was never going to get much of a look-in. While the Tory manifesto did promise to…

The View from All-Energy

The All-Energy show has found itself a new home for its annual event. Housed in the Glasgow SECC under the shadow of the giant Finnieston crane, a disused cantilever crane-…

The Shows must go on!

Well, the main show season is nearly over until next March and we all head down to EcoBuild again. It’s been a really refreshing and upbeat few weeks across the…