Zero-Carbon Heat and the Built Environment

Recent Projects

Rethinking heat: a utility based approach for ground source heat pumps
Project duration: September 2020 – March 2021 View the paper here. ‘Rethinking heat’ is…
Zero Carbon Rugeley
Project duration: March 2020 – March 2022 Regen is a partner in a new…
Wales and West Utilities – Regional Future Energy Scenarios for Gas
Project duration: July 2017 to September 2019 Regen’s whole-system thinking is seeking to understand…

Zero-Carbon Heat and the Built Environment

Recent Blog Posts

21 April 2021 What will it take to cut emissions by 78% by 2035?
29 March 2021 Regen responds to Green Homes Grant closure
Regen’s members have been sounding the alarm at the chaos of the Green Homes…
23 March 2021 Rethinking heat – should we treat shared ground arrays as a utility?
The housing challenge A report published by the Environmental Audit Committee this week[1] highlighted…

Zero-Carbon Heat and the Built Environment

Our Expertise

Ray Arrell
Head of technical development
Ray leads Regen's technical development strategy, coordinating the development of the company's capabilities and…
Tim Crook
Senior project manager
Tim is a mechanical engineer with a broad range of experience in onshore heat…
Olly Frankland
Project manager
Olly manages a wide variety of complex projects. He has developed a strong knowledge…
Kerry Hayes
Project manager
Kerry is a project manager at Regen who has a broad range of experience,…
Jonty Haynes
Energy analyst
Jonty is an Energy Analyst at Regen delivering a range of technical support services.…
Mark Howard
Project Manager
Mark holds a bachelors degree in engineering and has over a decade of experience…
Ian Hutchcroft
Ian is a strategic Programme Director and senior Sustainability Consultant with over 25 years’…
Tamsyn Lonsdale-Smith
Energy analyst intern
Tamsyn is a new starter at Regen as an energy analyst intern and will…
Grace Millman
Graduate intern
Grace has recently joined Regen as a Graduate Intern. During her time with Regen,…

Zero-Carbon Heat and the Built Environment

Recent Publications

Rethinking heat: a utility based approach for ground source heat pumps
Decarbonisation of heat
Planning for a Smart Energy future

Zero-Carbon Heat and the Built Environment

Upcoming Events

ReWiRE Issues at the cutting edge of the energy transition – Heat and buildings
May 26 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

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