Everoze energy consultancy expands with new office in Fife after renewables recruitment raid on DNV GL

Everoze Partner Zoe Barnes outside the firm's new Fife office.
Everoze Partner Zoe Barnes outside the firm’s new Fife office.

Technical and commercial energy consultancy, Everoze, has opened its new office in Fife, headed up by recently recruited Partner, Zoe Barnes who is leading the development of the company’s activities in Scotland.

The move is in response to a growing demand for consultancy services in the renewables market in Scotland, despite a tough regulatory environment in the broader UK context.

Barnes joins the Everoze team with over a decade of experience in renewables working as a consultant with BVG Associates and a Technology Manager at Vestas.

She said: “This exciting new business that has already attracted 12 talented and experienced staff since its inception in September 2015 and our new Scottish office will provide the same high quality of service as our Bristol office does including due diligence, asset health assessments and strategic support.”

Founding Partner Jo de Montgros added, “The Scottish Government’s sustained support for renewables has been a significant factor in our decision to set-up in Fife, as has our long-standing relationships with a number of clients from across Scotland.”

Other recent recruits to Everoze include Nick Baldock (formerly Head of Offshore Project Development at DNV GL) and Joss Boxford (former senior engineer), Paul Reynolds (former principal consultant) and Fliss Jones, (former strategy manager) – all from DNV GL.

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