Regen offers independent expert advice on all aspects of sustainable energy delivery

We use our technical, financial and policy knowledge to support a range of public and private sector organisations to make the most of their clean energy opportunities.  

Financial modelling

Financial and economic modelling to assess opportunities and aid decision making

Advisory services

Bespoke consultancy and support services from strategy to delivery

Data analysis

Market and technology analysis backed by full GIS capability

Future energy scenarios

Applying real-life industry knowledge to understand future energy systems

Areas of work

We lead pioneering sustainable energy projects to drive emerging business models and new investment opportunities. 
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  • How to pay for local balancing and supply, 17 August 2017

    Local balancing and supply makes sense. Why not strive to use power close to where it is being produced at the time it is generating? That way we can reduce the losses from transporting power over long distances, we can reduce the amount of power flowing in the opposite direction it was meant to and potentially connect more low carbon generation through more efficient use of the local network. Read more

  • UKPN offer a window on the future of localised flexibility services, 16 August 2017

    UK Power Networks has released more information about how and where they intend to tender for flexibility services. The expression of interest is for delivery of flexible capacity at 10 substations where there are problems delivering peak capacity – which could include energy storage, Demand Side Response (DSR), and other flexible generation. Read more

  • Launch of WPD storage consultation report, 14 August 2017

    WPD has been working with Regen to develop an approach to model the growth and operation of storage. As part of this modelling work, we developed and issued a consultation paper, aiming to help us to validate some of the key assumptions we have made in this modelling approach. This consultation was issued on 15th May 2017, was open to responses for 6 weeks and closed on 21st June 2017. Read more