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 60 consultants who are flexible, experienced and interdisciplinary. We have offices in the UK, France, Spain, Italy 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.
We’ve all heard reduce, reuse, recycle applied to household waste. What about household energy? Have we be paying too much attention to shifting our consumption around with fancy flexibility services and neglecting the benefits of just using a bit less? Everoze Partner, Benjamin Lock explains why his answer to this is “Maybe”.Read More >
David Thomason is going to work on assessing the various ways floating wind energy can be used without relying on the national grid. Read the his blog explaining it all.Read More >
A medida que el sector de las energías renovables gana madurez, la optimización del desarrollo de proyectos y los activos operativos está ganando atención. Everoze tiene el conocimiento esencial de la industria y la experiencia práctica clave para mejorar el rendimiento de los activos y añadir valor al desarrollo de proyectos.Read More >
Everoze was delighted to advise Triodos Bank and Low Carbon Hub in the financing process for the subsidy free 19.2MWp Ray valley Solar Farm, located in Oxfordshire in South West England.Read More >
At Everoze we love to work on pioneering business models that catalyse a net zero energy system. So it’s been great to support Bath and West Community Energy (BWCE) by assessing the regulatory and market regime for their ground-breaking ‘Flex Community’ concept.Read More >
Everoze is delighted to be working with Power My EV, an Electric Vehicle and energy comparison site, on their UK Research Innovation government funded project which aims to make it easier for all drivers to ‘go electric’ in the next decade.Read More >