We partnered with Warwickshire-based Ursus to deliver a programme of sustainability training for council members and planning officers across the West Midlands, and climate adaptation risk assessment for Warwick District Council.

  • Bob Bailey

    Bob Bailey

    M 07711 565339
    E bob.bailey@quantumst.co.uk

    • Degree in Electrical Engineering & Masters in Industrial Processes
    • Industrial experience in electricity supply and steel manufacturing
    • Over 25 years consultancy experience, including six as MD of two environmental businesses
    • Extensive experience of sustainable energy issues, waste minimisation & market development for recyclables covering most industry sectors
    • Long standing member and Past President of North West Energy Forum
    • Strong track record of working with multinationals, EU, national governments & agencies
    • International experience in C&E Europe, USA, South America and South Africa
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  • Richard Pearce

    Richard Pearce

    Richard specialises in market development and innovation with a focus on the energy and environmental technologies sectors. A former Director of Quantum, he has over 30 years’ experience of fostering growth in businesses.

    E richard.pearce@quantumst.co.uk

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  • Sustainability Associates North

    We are a founder member of Sustainability Associates North, a group of independent sustainability consultants who share knowledge and work together on a collaborative basis to deliver a flexible set of sustainability skills and expertise. Collectively we can provide:

    • sustainability/environment management
    • economic appraisal
    • reporting and verification
    • environmental impact assessment
    • town planning
    • transport planning
    • forestry & woodland management
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  • Ursus Consulting

    We partnered with Warwickshire-based Ursus to deliver a programme of sustainability training for council members and planning officers across the West Midlands, and climate adaptation risk assessment for Warwick District Council.

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