The UK energy system has changed, and is continuing to change, at an unprecedented pace. Renewable energy now provides over 30% of our power and there are hundreds of thousands of households, communities and businesses generating their own energy.  There have been seismic shifts in technology including the development of battery storage and electric vehicles.

As the UK moves towards its decarbonisation targets, we work to help organisations understand the what the future might look like and the significant implications this might have on the UK’s electricity network infrastructure.

Future Scenarios

Recent Projects

Institute of Welsh Affairs (IWA) Re-energising Wales Project
Project Duration: September 2017 to March 2018 Six separate work streams will come together to…
Wales and West Utilities – Regional Growth Scenarios for Gas
Regen’s whole-system thinking is seeking to understand how both the electricity and gas networks…
Local Future Energy Scenarios
Project duration: November 2015 onwards Scenarios development Regen are working with Western Power Distribution…

Future Scenarios

Our Expertise

Johnny Gowdy
Director
Johnny is a director of Regen and leads the development of our commercial projects.…
Poppy Maltby
Senior project manager
Poppy is a Senior Project Manager at Regen working on future scenarios and energy…
Frankie Mayo
Energy analyst
Frankie works as an Energy analyst at Regen. He delivers the future energy scenario…
Joel Venn
Senior analyst
Joel is a senior analyst at Regen, responsible for delivering our future energy scenarios…
Hazel Williams
Head analyst and local authority lead
Hazel delivers pulic sector advisory services for local authorities and other public sector organisations…

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