Smart energy and storage have been a key space of development in the Renewables sector. Below you can view the expert work Regen has carried out in this dynamic area, from EVs, digitalisation of the energy system, planning for a smart energy future, to storage.

Regen has particularly deepened its expertise on electricity storage by taking on the management of the Electrictriy Storage Network (ESN). The ESN was established in 2008 as the leading UK industry group dedicated to electricity storage. You can join this network as a member.

 

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Recent Projects

Animations – a new way to communicate the energy transition
Project duration: Ongoing Regen has worked with a Western Power Distribution (WPD) and the…
Energy storage prospectus and expression of interest on behalf of Cornwall Council
Project duration: April 2018 to November 2018 On behalf of Cornwall Council, Regen is…
RTPI Planning for a smart energy future
Project duration: July 2018 to May 2019 The Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) has commissioned…

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Recent Blog Posts

16 January 2019 Prioritising a smart, flexible and low carbon energy system
The last few months have seen a barrage of policy changes coming from government…
15 January 2019 Reforming the planning regime for storage
After being trailed in the Smart Systems and Flexibility Plan in October last year,…
30 November 2018 Capacity Market Suspension
Amidst a fraught and challenging day for the UK government, the European Court of…

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Our Expertise

Ray Arrell
Senior project manager - storage and networks
Ray’s main focus is to continue Regen’s work and understanding around energy storage, flexibility…
Tamar Bourne
Senior project manager - smart energy lead
Tamar leads Regen’s smart grids and local supply projects including; a network innovation trial…
Olly Frankland
Project manager
Olly manages a variety of projects and has developed specialisms in electric vehicles, community…
Johnny Gowdy
Director
Johnny is a director of Regen and leads the development of our commercial projects.…
Madeleine Greenhalgh
Policy and advocacy manager
Madeleine is new to the Regen team and will be managing our policy outputs with…
Kerry Hayes
Projects, events and external affairs manager
Kerry is now the projects, events and external affairs manager here at Regen and…
Rachel Hayes
Head of networks and development ; Director of the Electricity Storage Network
Rachel leads Regen’s networks and development, as well as the organisation’s events, marketing and communications.…
Jonty Haynes
Graduate Intern
Jonty is currently undertaking an internship with Regen to gain experience and knowledge of…
Merlin Hyman
Chief executive
Merlin leads Regen’s mission to transform how we generate, supply and use energy. Merlin…
Poppy Maltby
Senior project manager
Poppy is a Senior Project Manager at Regen working on future scenarios and energy…
Ben Robertson
Energy Analyst
Having recently completed a 6-month internship with Regen, Ben works as an energy analyst…
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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Recent Publications

Energy storage prospectus and expression of interest on behalf of Cornwall Council
Local supply paper: 3rd edition
Delivering a Smart Energy System

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Upcoming Events

EV and Electricity System Forum
March 19
The International Flow Battery Forum
July 9 @ 8:00 am - July 11 @ 5:00 pm

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