Annual Office Holiday for Plan Energy Consulting


PEC offices will close on Thursday 11th July for annual holidays, reopening on Monday 5th August.

Happy Easter from Plan Energy Consulting



Free-lance CAD/ GIS Design technician required


Plan Energy Consulting (PEC) requires a skilled CAD/GIS technician to work on a free-lance basis.  PEC would like to build a relationship with a reliable, skilled CAD/GIS technician who wishes to grow their portfolio of clients.

 PEC works within the renewable energy sector and is seeking an experienced CAD/GIS technician with a proven track record of;

·       Technical design of industrial plant

·       Broad scale mapping at large landholding or district council level.

 If you have the skills required, work on a free-lance or contract basis, we would like to hear from you. 

 Please email your CV along with an example of your work on a similar type project to closing date 29th March 2013.

Climate Week: The Business Case for Renewables


Plan Energy Consulting was delighted to get involved in the Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce Climate Week event ‘The Business Case for Renewables’, one of three-thousand events taking place across the United Kingdom and Europe as part of Climate Week.

Plan Energy Consulting’s own Gavin Forkan spoke about; “Auto-Generation Economics and Project Development”, giving insight into what makes a good project and factors to consider when deciding what is right for your business.

NICC climate week

Pictured at the event [8th March], attended by over 100 local businesses, are the Chamber’s Oonagh O’Reilly (centre) and Richard Willis (right) with event sponsor Gavin Forkan from Plan Energy Consulting (left).

Plan Energy Consulting launch new Website


PEC is about to celebrate its second anniversary; to celebrate we have launched a new website.

Urge to embrace low carbon leadership.


MP Tim Yeo has urged the British Government to embrace low carbon leadership in order to establish a low carbon energy market; or fear being left behind by China and Germany.  MP Yeo urged the UK Government to set a low carbon target, invest in the UK electricity system and embrace the technology of the future.  Alternatively “gamble the future on assumptions about the availability of abundant cheap gas”.