Quick reminder- The Old Etonian Renewable Energy Association (OEREA) networking drinks will be taking place on the 14th January at the King’s Head Pub, 10 Stafford Street, London, W1S 4RX.
Please could you RSVP to drinks and/or dinner here:
I am delighted to announce that Mark Vickers, Rory Tait and Andre Burgess have all accepted to join our OEREA Committee, active immediately. This now makes 10 of us in total.
We have changed the venue for the next OEREA event on the 18th November.
Please go to: The Royal Institution, 21 Albemarle Street, W1S 4BS
Bruce Huber and +40 OEs will be gathering here from 6pm. Please remember to bring £10.
Do not go to the Riffles Club.
To those who have confirmed, I will be sending you a confirmation email on Monday.
If you have not confirmed and you are interested in coming, spaces are limited so let me know ASAP (details below).
If you plan to attend the Old Etonian Renewable Energy Association (OEREA) event on the 18th November, please reply to Charles Perry (email@example.com) and me (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your name in the subject line by Friday 7th November.
We will be collecting £10 at the door. You can see details of the event below.
Also, please remember to spread the word to other OEs!
Members of the OEREA,
I am delighted to tell you that Bruce Huber, Alexa Capital, is confirmed to speak at the 5th Old Etonian Renewable Energy Association (OEREA) event. His contributions to the Renewables sector have been enormous. He was MD of Jefferies Clean Tech before. An American who went to Princeton et al, then joined Barclays and became an investment banker before getting into clean tech.
See his bio here:
This OEREA event will take place at 6pm-8pm on 18th November at The Rifles Club, 52-56 Davies Street, London W1K 5HR.
Save the date- The 5th Old Etonian Renewable Energy Association (OEREA) event will be held on the 18th November at The Rifles Club, 52-56 Davies Street, London W1K 5HR
Anthesis Group, the global sustainability consultancy, has announced that it has acquired SecondNature.
This is the fourth sustainability consultancy that Anthesis has acquired in less than a year, taking the group to more than 100 consultants in seven countries.
Founded in 2013 by a team led by former WSP Group CFO Malcolm Paul and former Managing Director of WSP’s Environmental Consulting business Stuart McLachlan, Anthesis is capitalising on demand from governments and business for a new approach on sustainable growth, which focuses on driving revenues and cutting cost through sustainable business practices.
SecondNature’s London-based team will join Anthesis as part of the agreement.