Meet the Power and Renewables Team

Meet the Power and Renewables Team


Andrew Revfeim - Director Power & Renewables

Andrew is a senior energy sector professional with extensive international experience in a broad range of fields including renewable energy, conventional power, LNG and gas, CO2 capture and abatement, and non-conventional hydro-carbons. He has managed and/or participated in over 10GW of power generation development, including over $3bn of non-recourse financing.

Landmark projects include:

  • The world’s largest thermal solar power plant, Shams One, 100MW
  • One of the 5 largest photovoltaic power plants in the world, Noor One, 100MW
  • Grant funded development renewable projects in Seychelles and Samoa
  • The world’s largest offshore wind farm, London Array – 675MW
  • Turkey BOO power plant – 3,850 MW CCGT (largest power plant financing at the time)
  • The world’s first hydrogen-fuelled power plant concept with carbon capture, Hydrogen Power Abu Dhabi, 400MW
  • Some of the world’s largest LNG projects, APLNG, QatarGas 4, Oman and Qalhat LNG plants
  • The world’s largest gas-to-liquids plant, Pearl GtL Qatar

Andrew is an expert in commercial structuring, project economics, contract negotiation, project financing and risk management. He is an experienced Board of Directors member.

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Brett Rogers - Advisor

Brett has over 24 years in energy businesses in New Zealand, Australia and the Netherlands involving joint venture management, asset management, financial analysis, asset sales and purchase, gas and fuel scheduling and Maui pipeline owner governance. His understanding of gas market fundamentals assists clients in identifying opportunities and threats.

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William Thorp - Senior Advisor 

Will has significant international experience in the energy sector and a proven track record of delivering engineering consultancy services to renewable energy developers on thousands of MW of wind farms. He has undertaken consultancy contracts for utilities, distribution companies, international donor organisations and regional development organisations in the developing world. He worked for Garrad Hassan (now DNV GL) for 12 years, then undertook roles implementing donor funds in the energy sector in the Pacific region. Since then he has negotiated individual engineering consultancy contracts focusing on renewable energy and emerging energy sector technologies. Will has provided technical due diligence assessments of MW-scale wind turbines, undertaken wind farm inspections in New Zealand and Australia, and provided engineering review services in the role of owner’s representative for the implementation of high-penetration solar PV diesel hybrid systems in the Pacific Islands.

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