Savills Energy is a dedicated real estate service created to specifically assist the inception, planning, development and continued operation of assets and infrastructure connected to the energy production and storage sector.
How we can help you:
The UK Government is committed to delivering energy security whilst accelerating the transition to a low carbon economy. Carbon dixoide emissions are to be reduced by a minimum of 26% by 2020 against a 1990 baseline. Security of energy supply is at risk with output set to fall from existing capacity and significant investment will be needed in new generation capacity to meet our needs.
We have harnessed the experience, knowledge and track record from professionals at the forefront of their sector to offer developers and operators of energy related assets a service beyond expectation.
- Savills has the ability to add immediate scalability to an investor's development aspirations with over 200 land agents, 200 planners, 85 acquisition agents, 25 project managers and a team of specialist grid consultants across 70 national and 137 international offices.
- We manage in excess of 2 million acres of land throughout the UK
- We offer unrivalled access to the rural, commercial and industrial owners and occupiers of property via a powerful network of contacts.
- We also provide a valuation service, backed by our sector expertise, for funding, strategic or accounts purposes.
Savills Energy provides a wide range of services to the energy sector through an experienced team of dedicated professionals. Our approach combines professional skills such as site location, planning and valuation, with timely project delivery in the following sectors :
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Savills enhances management offer with new sustainability appointment
16 June 2014
International real estate advisor Savills has recently augmented its management division with the appointment of Lizzie Batchelor who joins the firm as sustainability manager based at 33 Margaret Street, London.
Innovation required if biomass is to meet tough sustainability targets, says Savills Energy
22 May 2014
A fresh approach is required to managing feedstock supply chains, if the UK biomass sector is to continue to grow while meeting the stringent new sustainability and reporting criteria introduced on 1 April 2014, according to Stuart Campbell, director at Savills Energy, addressing this week’s All-Energy Conference in Aberdeen (21 – 23 May, AECC).