Everoze is an employee-owned consultancy, specialising in renewables, storage and wider energy flexibility. Our unique strength is bridging the gap between the technical and the commercial. We exist to help our clients accelerate the transition to a decarbonised energy system.
We’re a team of 50 consultants who are flexible, experienced and interdisciplinary. We have offices in the UK, France, Spain and Germany, and we’re active in energy markets across the world.
We are a trusted advisor to some of the biggest brands in the sector and work closely with our clients to make projects, companies and technologies futureproof and financeable.
The FlexTech plan for renewables integration risks locking us into a business-as-usual mindset. Rapid decarbonisation means being bolder – read Felicity Jones’ analysis hereRead More >
For a long time, bifacial modules were considered as technological curiosities without practical application. The last two years have shown that this technology is becoming a must in many markets. In his latest article Nicolas Chouleur shares his vision with us. (in French)Read More >
As the renewables sector approaches maturity, increasing attention is being given to optimising project development and maximising output from operating assets. Everoze staff have the essential industry knowledge and hands-on experience which is key to improving asset performance and adding value to project development.Read More >
Everoze was delighted to advise Caisse d’Epargne CEPAC on the technical side for the debt financing of a +150MW French wind and solar greenfield portfolio developed by NeoenRead More >
Everoze was delighted to advise ING on the technical side for the debt financing of the 48.4MW French onshore Maestral wind farm. Developed by Eco Delta, it is the biggest in Provence Alpes Côte d’Azur region and the 1st to be installed in the Var department.Read More >
Everoze was appointed as member of the commitment committee by the crowdfunding platform WiSEED to advise on innovative RE technologies and projects. The general public can then invest into the pre-selected projects.Read More >