isoenergy has specific teams that work on various stages of a project.
Our Consultant Engineers will meet with you at your property to discuss your requirements and produce an initial design and estimate.
Once an order has been placed the case file will be handed to the Technical Team who will contact you to undertake preliminary surveys, where required, and will advise on installation dates.
The Technical Team comprises our key designers for the technologies we install from solar panels and biomass, to air source and ground source heat pumps. In addition, we normally assign a dedicated Project Manager, depending on the scale of an installation.
The Project Managers oversee ordering, design, delivery and installation helping to ensure your project runs without delay from start to finish, liaising with other trades on site as necessary.
Our Engineers and Installers are all employed directly by isoenergy to ensure quality of installation. They work together with our Service Department to provide maintenance where required. We currently have four plumbing teams and two electrical teams. We also have two teams dedicated to building heat pump collector arrays in the field. This makes our operation one of the largest in the market enabling us to be more adaptive to your needs.
We have a dedicated Accounts Department, and when working on Listed Buildings, new builds and renovations we can provide guidance on the relevant VAT rates, available grants and subsidies.
Here is a selection of our key team members.
Helen has been with isoenergy from the beginning, in 2006 as a Director and Shareholder. Helen has overall responsibility for all company administration, systems and staff, including the Quality Management System, HR and our service department. She has a good working knowledge of all regulations which are required by the company and is responsible for implementation and maintenance certifications required by the business.
On leaving school, Helen worked predominately in event organisation for both the Co-operative and IBM. With a move to a smaller organisation she expanded her knowledge to incorporate day to day company management and administration.
Helen combines work at isoenergy with being a mother. In order to assist with her work at isoenergy, Helen is an affiliate member of CIBSE.
Kim is responsible for the company’s accounts department. Her duties involve the finance aspects of projects, including processing new sales orders, invoicing, credit control and project accounting, as well as producing accounts for internal use, and ensuring the employees and suppliers are paid and that the company meets its external reporting and filing requirements.
After qualifying with Grant Thornton, Kim worked at Arthur Anderson for a few years then left practice and worked at advertising/marketing companies for eight years before joining ISO Energy in 2010. She is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and the Chartered Institute of Taxation.
Kim splits her time between her work at ISO Energy and looking after her young family.
Edward Levien BEng
Edward Graduated from Edinburgh University in 2010 with a Bachelors degree in Mechanical Engineering . Following a stint in the City, he decided to pursue his interest in Engineering and Renewable Technologies. He joined isoenergy in early 2012 and is part of the Consultancy team. He is responsible for all initial inquiries from organising site visits, writing feasibility reports, putting together proposals and quotations to contract negotiations and project handover. Together with other members of the team Edward handles clients across both the domestic market and the commercial market
Will started with isoenergy in August 2016 having worked within the renewable energy industry for the last five years, his background is business development and consultation providing comprehensive knowledge of heat pumps, solar PV and solar thermal. Will works closely with homeowners, architects and developers ensuring they receive sound advice and support whilst also designing a cost effective and profitable solution. Based in the south west of England, Will's expertise covers the domestic, commercial and country estate sectors, outside of work he enjoys playing rugby.
Having worked in the solar photovoltaic industry for the past seven years Andy has a very broad knowledge of the sector. His experience spans wholesale, project management installation and technical sales.
Andy is optimistic about the future of the PV industry particularly in the development of storage technology and panel optimization. Although there have been significant cuts to the feed-in tariff over the past two years, if sized correctly, solar PV can still deliver a very healthy return on investment.
Bertie joined isoenergy after having completed a tour on the commercial archaeology circuit following his graduation from Bournemouth University.
He came to isoenergy early in 2015 and joined as a member of the consultation team, in an industry where he could continue to apply his environmentally sustainable ideas.
Well versed in the practicalities of the installation process, Bertie now works in partnership with businesses and private homeowners advising on how renewable installations could benefit their property or project.
Based in our Horley head office and applying a strong working knowledge, he works to provide accurate consultation reports with the aim of helping individuals make the right decision for their business or lifestyle.
When not on site with clients or studiously behind the desk Bertie is a keen rugby player and cook with a love of exploring England’s historic past.
Tom joined iso energy in 2011 after studying physical geography at University of Portsmouth. His main role is performing energy assessments and heat loss calculations on homes and businesses.
He also became a qualified Domestic Energy Assessor in 2012. He has an excellent knowledge of the government grants including the Feed in Tariff and the domestic and commercial Renewable Heat Incentive. He will give clients assistance in applying for these grants at the end of our projects. Outside of work Tom is a keen sportsman and particularly enjoys hockey and rugby
Justin is the chairman and founder of isoenergy. Since starting the business in 2006 Justin has developed the company into the successful renewable energy installer it is today. Justin still contributes to the strategic planning for the company, but his primary role is one of a Consultant Engineer, helping promote the company and its services to potential clients.
Justin’s previous experiences are many and varied, working both overseas and in the UK. Prior to opening isoenergy, Justin ran a successful IT company and environmental excellence has always been a core interest in all his work.
John joined isoenergy in 2011 as managing director allowing Justin to focus more time on strategy and new opportunities.
John has spent many years working in engineering and management roles working for Philips Electronics in the software and electronics industry. John has a first degree in engineering and a PhD in electronic engineering.
Nick is an experienced, enthusiastic and highly motivated Project Manager with over 24 years experience in the field of Military Engineering working in engineering and management roles working both overseas and in the UK.
Nick has been with ISO Energy for about 2 years and is responsible for the overall delivery of the resource allocation across all activities of projects, coordinating the work of the project managers and the stores operation as well as managing his own Projects. Nick has an MSc in Management and is a Chartered Logistician.
Scott joined the company as a Project Manager in 2015 after managing, with other companies, such diverse projects as satellite earth stations, radio communications systems and bespoke generator manufacture.
Scott served in the Royal Air Force in the UK and overseas for 22 years before settling into the commercial realities of civilian life, his final role included an introduction into project management in the production of flight command manuals for the then, next generation of communications satellites, and was so long ago the methodology was known as PROMPT, the project management methodology that has evolved into PRINCE 2.