Tom is an energy corporate finance specialist with a green twist.
He works within Ernst & Young's market leading renewable energy team on a wide range of technologies from nuclear and biomass through to onshore wind and offshore grid connection.
Whilst all falling under a low-carbon umbrella his clients span government regulators, utility companies and individual site developers.
Tom started his finance career with British Energy at the 1.2GW Sizewell B nuclear station. He holds a degree in Economics from the University of Cambridge and is a Chartered Accountant.
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Rob brings an international focus to the renewable energy team, recently working on projects in South Africa and Western and Eastern Europe.
He works across a wide range of technologies from solar PV and energy from waste to onshore wind and biomass.
Having contributed to and lead Ernst & Young's Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Indices he has a deep understanding of global renewable energy markets.
Rob has previously worked for the Renewable Energy Association, advising on UK renewable energy policy. He holds a masters in Carbon Management from the University of Edinburgh.
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