The Enviko team is comprised of Chartered Engineers, Surveyors, Planners, Heat and Power Engineers, we are one of the leading independent wind energy installers for commercial, domestic and agricultural purposes around the country, helping people discover the benefits of cleaner, greener energy.
Sheridan Jenkins – Commercial Director
Sheridan has a wealth of experience in renewable energies and a solid understanding of the wind turbine sector. Through this extensive experience he has manufacturers, landowners, corporate clients, commercial businesses and developers to liaise with to find the correct solutions for our customers.
He has a degree in Agriculture and Business Management to go with his MSc in Landscape Design and Management from the University of London, Sheridan has since become increasingly involved in the UK’s renewable energy sector. He is a member of the landscape Institute and before becoming involved in renewables he gained fifteen valuable years of experience in the agriculture sector.
Tom studied Mechanical Engineering at Edinburgh University and is a member of the Institute of Engineering Technology, he has worked in the renewable energy sector since 2003, Tom was originally an engineer at Parsons Brinckerhoff before he moved to PB Power. He is responsible for Enviko’s engineering team and has ten years of experience in designing renewable energy systems, he applies this extensive project management knowledge to train our engineers and oversees the design of our low carbon systems.
Andrew is a founding member of the company and he comes from a telecoms and project management background which includes work with some leading mobile operators and property companies. He gained a MSc in Estate Management and a BSc (Hons) in geography at the University of Edinburgh and then went on to train as a chartered surveyor before turning to the renewable energy. Andrew is responsible for the general running of the business including operations delivery and also sales and marketing activities.
Ewan Eley – Project Management
Ewan has a 1st class honours degree in Planning and Property Development from Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, he has knowledge of planning systems in Scotland and the UK. He is a core member of the consents team and is currently following the chartered surveying APC offered by the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors. He plays a key role in our site sustainability and wind resource development.
Chris Feeney – Renewables Engineer
Chris has been with the company for over three years and has a vast amount of experience in the renewable energy industry covering consultancy, technical support and installation aspects. He became an accredited Energy Performance Assessor in 2012.
Fionn O’Shea – Power Engineer
Before becoming an Assistant Engineer at the Enviko, Fionn was a site foreman and completed a full electrical internship. He oversees the installation of over 5MW of solar PV and wind turbines and is in charge of on-site health and safety and quality control of our installations.
Alastair Gardner – Financial Controller
Alistair leads the financial department.
Turbine procurement is one of the most important aspects of a wind energy development. Turbines may represent up to 80% of the capital cost of a wind farm and their reliability and long-term power output are crucial to the financial performance of the project.
It is important to secure not only an acceptable price, but also the right guarantees, delivery and performance bonds and specific guarantees on aspects of performance governed by planning conditions, such as noise.
We have long-standing contacts with all the major manufacturers. Acting on behalf of owners, investors and banks, Enviko draws on years of experience to offer a comprehensive array of commercial and management services.
Whether planning, acquiring, operating, re-powering or selling a wind farm, Enviko can offer clients a range of skills and experience – from essential project services such as due diligence, through to adding value by way of project lifetime support.
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