Renewables account for 15% of the UK’s electricity and some £45 billion has been invested in the UK’s power generation since 2010, supporting thousands of jobs. The renewable energy and cleantech sector is experiencing sustained growth and with it comes the demand for Holmes Noble to source the best talent in the market
Energy is an ever-changing, dynamic sector. In Europe, where there are regulatory mechanisms everywhere, there is a strong emphasis on carbon reduction and more efficient ways of using energy.
Holmes Noble’s energy practice has experience in renewables, sustainability, energy management, energy efficiency, energy trading, metering, and power sectors.
A renewed interest in North Sea oil and shale gas production could create 74,000 jobs by 2030. Holmes Noble engages the top-level executives to meet this demand.
There have been a number of acquisitions of energy services business as suppliers seek to move from a commodity to an energy solutions business, whilst engaging the customer. Holmes Noble has experience of managing this organisational change.
The UK has ageing energy assets that are costly to replace and the grid is currently unable to deal with new technologies that utilise intermittent flows of energy. Holmes Noble sources the innovative leaders who thrive within this new division.
The launch of the Energy Systems Catapult has accelerated the development of technology-based products and services. Holmes Noble has capability to address issues within the sector.
The continued drive towards mobilisation of business, the push on Cloud and ‘Big-Data’ and the drive for virtualisation, are among many factors that are impacting the ever-changing technology sector.
Holmes Noble helps both private and publicly traded digital and technology companies to enhance the quality of their leadership. We are dedicated to helping companies and talented leaders build a more accessible world through technology.