Clean Tech and Renewables
Our clients include publicly-listed and privately-owned clean technology and renewables businesses and funds. From start-ups to market leaders, operating in the UK, Europe and globally, we have advised fuel cell and electrolyser businesses, clean fuel businesses, renewables suppliers and efficiency design companies.
We have helped energy storage companies to promote their technology, applications and know-how, as well as helping to raise new money to fund growth. We have worked with battery and hydrogen technologies and kinetic energy recovery systems (KERS) to get these technologies on the agendas of governments, regulators, potential purchasers and investors.
Our experience in the renewables sector has included work for publicly-listed wind and solar IPPs operating worldwide, as well as UK specific off-shore wind farm owners and operators, tidal project promoters and power focused infrastructure funds.
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Tim joined Tavistock in 2018 and works across the financial and corporate communications practices.
Prior to Tavistock, Tim worked at a specialist financial and professional services corporate communication firm, and as an audit associate at KPMG.
He holds an Honours Degree in International Relations and Politics from the University of Birmingham.
Simon’s focus is on the energy and cleantech sectors. After beginning his career in investment markets in fund management and then in equity sales in London and Hong Kong, he moved into financial PR and was a co-founder of agency Hudson Sandler.
He subsequently founded investor relations consultancy City Insights which was acquired by Tavistock in 2003. He spent three years working in-house with two FTSE 250 companies as head of IR and corporate communications.
He is a member of the Investor Relations Society and has a degree in economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science.