Who are we?  Energy Advice

Peter Wiltshire: Domestic and Commercial Energy Assessor
Peter has had over 25 years experience in most areas of Construction, and has been an NHBC registered developer for 17 years. He is a qualified Commercial Energy Assessor, his Business Background brings a practical approach to both the production of EPCs and to the application of Energy Saving measures in General. He has a commitment to Energy Saving and is regularly employed as a consultant to Renewable Technology Companies, carrying out site surveys and Assessments to determine the suitability of systems for various applications.

Peter is determined to bring Northwest Energy Consulting to the forefront of the growing Energy Consultancy Market, by ensuring that clients receive speedy and professional service, and by keeping fees as low as possible. Our energy advice is second to none.  He maintains a hands on approach to Energy Assessment, spending time communicating with clients, and as much time on site as is practicable. Peter is committed to Renewable Energy Sources to the extent that one of his roof elevations is covered in photovoltaic panels!

From 2010 Peter has also worked with LESS as their Energy Officer. LESS is a Lancaster Based Community Interest Company which is  committed to sustainable solutions with regards to buildings and food projects.

Peter and his family have all invested in the Lune Hydro Scheme 

NEA Heat Heroes Award Winner 2014. At an event in the House of Commons hosted by Lord O’Neill of Clackmannan, Vice President of NEA, Peter Wiltshire was one of 14 Heat Heroes who received an award for tackling fuel poverty in England and Wales.

NEA Heat Heros Award 2014

Peter was also a Top 3 finalist in the Fuel Poverty Champion Section of the Community Energy Awards held in Oxford in September 2014 for work done for LESS, an energy advce organisation based in Lancaster.

Community Energy Awards 2014


Environmental Engineer: Alan A.Denham
Alan in a qualified Civil Engineer and his list of qualifications and experience would need a page on it’s own! His importance to our practice is that he is a Chartered Water and Environmental Manager, a member of the society for the Environment, a member of the Institute of Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Managers and a member of the Institute of Public Health Engineers.

Alan is a director of the Lune Hydro Electric scheme, which when completed will provide electricity for several hundred homes in and around the village of Halton, near Lancaster.


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