Sam is a Principal Consultant and manages our London office. He is responsible for the delivery of a range of consultancy projects in a variety of subject areas. Sam is responsible for Eunomia’s work on market assessment and due diligence, evaluation, energy and regulatory services.
He is responsible for the delivery of a range of consultancy projects and provides high-quality strategic advice to both public and private sector clients. Sam has detailed knowledge — and a keen interest — in many regulatory and policy instruments across these sectors at both the national and EU level. Sam has proven expertise in ex-ante and ex-post policy analysis, market assessment, and due diligence assessment. He takes an analytical approach to solve issues and can identify, manage and mitigate risks on behalf of a wide range of clients.
Sam has strong communication and analytic skills and is well-practised in communicating at senior level, with a strong track record in delivering major work on time and to budget.
Sam has a varied recent work experience. He’s recently led Eunomia’s strategic piece of work for Defra to review of the future resource risk faced by the UK economy. He’s also advised several potential investors on the benefits and risks associated with Renewable Heat Incentive. Lately, Sam has also provided support to investors examining potential investments in the waste sector – providing detailed analysis of the availability of waste and policy and competitive landscape.
Before joining Eunomia in October 2007, Sam previously worked for the Environment Agency working on several regulatory regimes including waste management licensing, water abstraction and discharge consents, and radioactive substances licensing.
In 2008 Sam undertook a period of secondment to the UK Government, where he spent several months within the Environmental Regulation and Policy Division at Defra.
Sam has a degree in Geographical Sciences from the University of Bristol and is also a PRINCE2 qualified project manager.