Greenwatt Technology - Consultants’ Capacity
Our company and consultant team has considerable experience and credibility in the field of sustainability, low carbon initiatives and renewable energy as well as a strong track record in feasibility studies, strategic resource planning, enterprise regeneration and business incubation across a number of industrial sectors including energy and environmental technologies. Greenwatt Technology is able to put forward a very experienced team of consultants. Our skills are compatible and complimentary – whilst covering a wide range of experience within the sustainable resource and energy field.
Mike Woollacott – Managing Director
Mike Woollacott had a family farming background before entering education and training. His career in education included 10 years as Head of Agriculture at Shuttleworth and Lincolnshire Agricultural Colleges. He is a PRINCE2-qualified project manager with 20 years of UK and international project experience ‘in the field’. For 10 years he has specialised in enterprise regeneration, business incubation and sustainability planning.
Mike is firmly committed to the mainstreaming of renewable energy and low carbon technologies. He uses his technical and project expertise to develop funded and commercial initiatives which raise awareness, gain commitment, build supply chains and bring sustainable products and systems to market. He has worked extensively with local authorities across a range of strategic, high technology and economic regeneration projects. His specialist interests are in the bio-energy sector and include on-farm and industrial anaerobic digestion, bio-refinery processes, bio-methane transport and farm biomass systems.
Dr Susan Juned – Local Authority Consultant
Dr Susan Juned was formerly the Government Liaison for the National Industrial Symbiosis Programme (NISP) where she was responsible for liaising with local authority and RDA officers across England on waste infrastructure and sustainable resource management. She is a member of the West Midlands Regional Technical Advisory Body (RTAB), which inputs to the regional waste strategy.. Susan was a founder, in 2006, of the BREW Centre for Local Authorities (now a part of WRAP) which supported and funded councils wishing to address business waste and resource efficiency. She was a member of the DEFRA Zero Waste Places Initiative assessment advisory group. Susan is also the co-founder, director and current chair of Act on Energy, (formerly the Warwickshire Energy Efficiency Advice Centre). Susan now works as a Director and senior consultant for Greenwatt Technology and specialises in government and local government strategy and policy.
- An assessment of the biomass market for a machinery manufacturer;
- A report for Birmingham University on the dissemination of sustainability in urban regeneration;
- A report on the incorporation of resource efficiency into a Regional Spatial Strategy
- The preparation of a strategic business report for the BREW Centre for Local Authorities
- Guidance notes on resource efficiency for the BREW Centre for Local Authorities
- A review of current practice on the use of Site Waste Management Plans in the management of C&D waste for a County Council
Ruth Woollacott B.Sc – Business Development Manager
Ruth Woollacott specialises in project development, implementation and research, marketing and administration, business and training centre management, event organisation and management, business administration, budgeting and forward planning.