Monthly Archives: July 2010
An interim management role for a world leading software provider – focusing on the packing of critical waste streams for long term storage.
Initial feasibility study, business plan and funding mechanisms for NWDA and EA Technology. This organization is now in its second successful year developing innovative technologies for the electricity transmission and distribution industry.
Original business plan, evaluation of bids, N8 energy theme, smart appliances etc.
The development of Sub Metering Systems. A long term project with L+G to enable them to translate their metering systems into the newly developing sub metering market. Support has included market research, strategic analysis and client introductions.
The development of an up to date database for the leading North of England universities listing their Energy R & D researchers and facilities. (N8 is a group of the eight most research-intensive universities in the North of England: Durham,… more
The UK National Contact Point (NCP) for Sustainable Energy Systems in the EU Framework Programmes (FPs) was established by the DTI and Defra to provide information and support to UK organisations bidding into these R&D and technology demonstration programmes. Richard… more
Richard Pearce assisted the University of Manchester with the establishment of the SCI in 2008. Reporting to Professor Simon Gaskell, Vice-President (Research), his role was to manage a number of commercial aspects of the SCI especially the production of the… more
Confidential Work includes a recent development of a detailed business plan for an anaerobic digestion system up to 17000 tonnes p.a. in the UK and feasibility studies for different types of plastics washing plants.
A WRAP funded project to identify the market potential including potential tonnage streams for a large scale MRF handling commercial and industrial waste in the West Midlands.
Market sizing – a project to determine the size of the UK market for electricity sub metering. This involved desk research and telephone interviewing of around 200 UK energy managers.