Infinite is committed to accelerating the transition to low carbon energy systems

Our Story

Our work represents a step-change in the de-centralised distribution of low carbon and renewable energy. A flexible approach allows our customers to benefit from cost-effective, reliable green energy

A specialist renewable energy developer

Infinite was formed in 2010 as a specialist renewable energy developer to create merchant wind power schemes for commercial clients. Since then, we have delivered multiple commercial turbines and large-scale Solar PV schemes across the UK and are now pioneering multi-technology renewable and local energy centres to provide more secure, reliable and cost-effective sustainable energy directly to business communities.

We have formed several commercial partnerships to integrate renewable technologies into commercial and industrial settings.

Our high-profile wind schemes include the 850kW daffodil styled wind turbine which supplies up to 10% of the Royal Mint’s demand on its site in Llantrisant, South Wales. Eventually, this will form part of the Generation Storage Consumption Supply (GSCS) project.

As part of the same project, Infinite has installed a 1MWh rooftop solar system at GS Yuasa’s factory at the Rassau Industrial Estate in Ebbw Vale completing the first phase of its energy centre. We have been granted approval for the building of a wind turbine which will supply electricity directly to the industrial estate There is also battery storage capability on site.

Company Directors

Andrew has been involved in the renewable energy sector for over 20 years and has been responsible for the development of multi-MW wind turbine, solar and renewable energy projects for merchant power schemes throughout the UK. Andrew is experienced in all aspects of multi technology development from the initial design, commercial arrangements, installation and commissioning to the on-going management of the operational assets.

Andrew Crossman

Director

Iestyn is a qualified energy engineer with 25 years’ experience in the renewable energy and energy management sectors. Having worked as a project developer, manager and facilitator in both the private and public sectors, he has extensive knowledge of the planning and permitting process for medium and large scale energy projects.

Iestyn Morgan

Director

Lyn is a qualified accountant with several years’ experience with British Gas and Julian Hodge Bank and was a Director of a number of financial institutions including Hodge Life, Challenger Life (UK) Ltd and Primetime Retirement. As Finance Director of Infinite Renewables Group Ltd, he and the finance function are responsible for the management of group funding, liaising with the Welsh European Funding Office (WEFO) and Innovate UK over grant funding as well as reviewing investment opportunities for the group.

Lyn Casling

Financial Controller

Project Management

Laura brings her planning expertise to Infinite to manage our portfolio of new and existing renewable planning projects. She is experienced in a range of planning services from initial site appraisals, engaging with local authorities, undertaking community consultation through to the submission and negotiation of planning applications and appeals. In renewable energy, Laura was a key planning advisor for both a local authority and Welsh government on local and national scale projects and a consultant on a range of wind, solar, combined heat and power and battery energy storage schemes.

Laura Harry

Planner

Gillian has a degree in City and Regional Planning from Cardiff University and having spent 15 years as a planning consultant in Cardiff, she joined Infinite in 2019. Gillian consolidated her skills in project management with a PRINCE2 accreditation, and now manages the delivery of the GSCS Project from planning applications and legal contracts, through to overseeing the delivery of renewable technology installations.

Gillian Jones

Project Manager

Jenny joined Infinite in 2019 as Assistant Project Manager for the GSCS Project with an energy management background in local Government and the Ministry of Defence. She has a Masters in Philosophy degree from Nottingham Trent University. More recently Jenny has been involved in Infinite’s business development.

Jenny Clayton

Project Co-ordinator

Support Services

Sophie has a BSc in Accountancy and Banking from Bangor University and is now studying for her ACCA qualification. She worked as an Accounts Executive at BDO in Bristol from 2017 until 2021 when she joined Infinite where she plays a critical role in the Accounts department. In her free time, Sophie enjoys hiking, running and playing sudoku. Currently, she is learning to play chess.

Sophie Thomas

Accounts Exec

After completing a Foundation & Electrical Engineering course at Swansea University Ioan joined Infinite in 2021 as part of the Welsh Government’s Apprentice scheme. Ioan’s role involves site suitability research and data analysis of our many renewable technologies.

Ioan Wall

Engineering Apprentice

David has been with Infinite for seven years and is responsible for all technical operational aspects of Infinite’s wind turbine portfolio across the UK. He ensures that all energy contracts, generation reporting and maintenance matters are managed for existing and new renewable energy technology assets.

David Boakes

Technical Administration

Amy has been with Infinite for over four years and is soon to become a full member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants She is responsible for over-seeing the day to day finance operations of the company and the energy assets we manage She also manages the grants and funding surrounding our many projects. Amy is supported by Sophie Thomas who joined the team in 2021 after working as an Accounts Executive for a financial company. Sophie’s expertise extends to both sales and purchase ledger book keeping and assisting with cashflows and budgets.

Amy Fieldsend

Accountant

Capabilities

Infinite’s capabilities in understanding new renewable technology – wind, solar, battery storage and CHP applies across all sectors including manufacturing, food and beverage and leisure.

We know how to make renewable energy systems work, and we advise on the results that will be achieved.

Not only do we own and manage a portfolio of 12 wind turbines across the UK, but our local Energy Centre model also demonstrates our ability to create and innovate. The business case focuses on ‘anchor’ tenants within each industrial estate, who provide the base load for the business model.

Once we establish the base centre, the energy centre can expand throughout the estate, connecting tenants and helping them realise their net carbon zero goals.

Working in close collaboration with our partners, Infinite is rising to the challenge of renewable technology in the 21st century.

Infinite provides real solutions to help achieve your net zero goals

As we move towards a zero-carbon community in the UK, Infinite’s meticulous procedures will steer you towards the most achievable, reliable, and cost-effective renewable energy supply possibilities for your business or industrial site

Realising the potential of your energy scheme

Carbon Zero Report

We will assess your energy requirements, and discuss environmental feasibility to fulfil the potential of your renewable scheme

Planning

We will lead on the legal and planning aspects of developing your renewable energy supply

Construction

We will manage the installation of the renewable technology including battery storage, power controls and energy metering

Operation and Asset Management

We will manage the entire energy supply of the renewable technology. We also offer long-term asset management services

Our experienced team will manage the process from start to finish