Technical advisory services at RCG expanded with recruitment of Nick Morgan
1 February 2018
The Renewables Consulting Group (RCG) announced today the ongoing development of its technical advisory capability with the addition of senior industry expert Nick Morgan as a Principal at the firm’s Glasgow office.
Mr Morgan is an experienced renewable energy consultant, engineer, project manager and team leader. He has a proven track record in managing and leading multi-disciplinary project engineering teams and due diligence assignments in the onshore and offshore wind sector. He has spent substantial time embedded in project management roles for a range of clients working on projects across the world and specialises in leading the technical elements of due diligence projects.
Most recently, Mr Morgan was employed as Wind Team Leader at Mott MacDonald, where he worked for seven years. During this time, he provided technical services to the wind energy market on behalf of project lenders, investors, and owners. His primary focus was managing pre-financial close offshore wind farm due diligence, whilst also conducting wind turbine inspections, and construction and operations monitoring. Additionally, he provided offshore wind farm installation witnessing on behalf of lenders.
“We’re delighted that Nick has joined our team and is the first of our many Glasgow-based employees. Nick’s global experience and expertise in the field of technical due diligence is exemplary and will strengthen our customer proposition enormously.” – Dan Pearson, Managing Director and Head of Europe.
“RCG’s focus on, and commitment to, serving the renewable energy industry is highly attractive to me at what is a very exciting time of growth in the industry. I believe that in order to deliver the best for our clients and aid the growth of the industry, this ethos is essential. I look forward to working alongside ambitious and energetic colleagues and contributing to the future success of the company.” – Nick Morgan.
Mr Morgan earned his BEng in Civil Engineering from the University of the West of Scotland, and his MSc in Offshore Renewable Energy from the University of Strathclyde.