Renewables Consulting Group opens new Scottish branch office in Glasgow

Dan Pearson, Sebastian Chivers and Lee Clarke from RCG are pictured with colleagues at their new office in Glasgow
Dan Pearson, Sebastian Chivers and Lee Clarke from RCG are pictured with colleagues at their new office in Glasgow

London-based Renewables Consulting Group is to open a new Scottish office in Glasgow.

Its new office will be located in the International Technology and Renewable Energy Zone off George Square and will be co-located with businesses and academia committed to stimulate innovation and investment in Scotland’s offshore renewable energy sector.

RCG plans to establish a substantial renewable energy expert services team in Scotland within the next five years. RCG also has offices in New York and Amsterdam

“Our ambitions are bold, with scope to recruit a team of 20-30 expert consultants,” said Dan Pearson, Managing Director for Europe at RCG.

“Scotland’s political desire to grow renewable energy as a core vision for the future, together with a fantastic talent pool, has given RCG the confidence to build a team based in Scotland serving local clients and customers worldwide.”

“The move is reflective of RCG’s continued organic growth, the firm’s successful business model, and our commitment to be closer to RCG’s numerous clients in Scotland,” added Sebastian Chivers, RCG Chief Executive.

“This is a really exciting time for the business and we are delighted to add Glasgow to our list of global strategic offices.”

12 Oct 2017

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