SLR Consulting’s position as specialists in carrying out Environmental Impact Assessments (EIAs) for Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects (NSIPs) is underlined by its recent appointment by National Grid for the North West Coast Connections project under the expert auspices of SLR's Penny Williams.View Article
SLR is at the forefront of providing technical and professional services to the Power sector around the world. We support regulators, producers, generators and users.
SLR has a reputation for delivering expert knowledge and support across an extensive range of power technologies and infrastructure including;
- Carbon capture, transport & storage
- Cogeneration & trigeneration
- Geothermal & ground energy systems
- Grid connection and infrastructure
- Hydro power
- Solar power
- Wave and tidal energy
- Wind energy
Our dedicated power team has a real commitment to delivering the best level of advice and expertise, encompassing the complete power project lifecycle and low carbon energy spectrum, specialising in the following;
- Renewable energy capacity studies
- Site identification and project feasibility
- Meteorological data analysis and climate modelling
- Due diligence and economic appraisal; identifying and gaining energy grants
- Concept and detailed engineering design studies, plant sizing, specifications
- Project development including planning, permitting and compliance support
A selection of clients across SLR’s global Power sector includes:
- Hydro Tasmania
- Mitie Group
- Nova Scotia Department of Energy
- RWE Innogy UK Limited
- Solar Reserve
- Sustainable Energy Authority Ireland
Carbon Management Services (US)
Closed Landfill Solar PV Feasibility (UK)
Energy Management Plan (AUS)
Geothermal Heat Plant (UK)
Landfill Gas: Clean Development Mechanism (SA)
Marine Energy Supplier Capability (IRE)
Marine Renewable Energy Technology Supplier Development (CAN)
Power Transmission Appraisal (UK)
PV Solar Installation (AUS)
Technical Advice: Biomass Gasification Plant (UK)
SLR's newly-located Belfast office features in Sustainable Ireland: Sustainable Ireland SLR Feature For further information please contact: Peter O'ConnorView Article
Julie Gartside, who heads SLR's Carbon & Energy Management team shares her career highlights, influences and challenges in this ENDS Insider Insight.View Article
SLR Consulting has appointed carbon management expert Julie Gartside to head up its new Carbon and Energy Management team (C&EM). Julie, who has 15 years’ experience in developing and implementing carbon strategies for clients, most recently at SKM Enviros (now Jacobs), is joined in the new C&EM team by a number of he...View Article
SLR Consulting has provided extensive environmental support to National Grid that has informed the development of the company’s North West Coast Connections project, which started its second round of public pre-application consultation on 4 September.View Article
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Peter’s experience spans a broad range of environmental (acoustics, air quality, ESD and energy efficiency, planning) and engineering (civil and structural) fields as well as climate and insurance risk assessments. Peter has worked on relevant sector projects in North America, Asia Pacific and the Middle East.
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Mark has 20 years’ experience within environmental consultancy and regulatory agencies. His focus is on the co-ordination, delivery and project direction of major infrastructure consenting projects including NSIPs, with a principal focus on the power industry. Mark has led and directed numerous power development consenting and due diligence projects for wind farms, CCGT and biomass power stations, and electricity transmission.
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Tim Quarles is Technical Director in charge of the Oil and Gas Sector for SLR’s US operations. Tim has over 30 years of experience with air quality consulting, multimedia permitting and environmental compliance. His experience encompasses all aspects of air permitting and compliance management in many industrial sectors including upstream, midstream, and downstream Oil and Gas, and Coal and Gas-Fired Power Projects.
Stuart Heather-Clark has over 24 years of environmental and social consulting experience in Africa. He has developed a deep appreciation of key sustainability challenges facing development on the continent.
Additionally, having worked on over 100 development projects in Africa, his key strength is identifying and managing ESG risks in alignment with the Equator Principles, IFC Performance Standards and the expectations of international financial institution in general.