Pro Enviro is a specialist energy, process optimisation and carbon emissions reduction consultancy, which has been involved in the delivery of innovative solutions to decarbonise the energy intensive sectors of the UK economy, throughout the last 30 years.
Pro Enviro is known for innovative thinking and the application of elegant solutions to complex process optimisation and decarbonisation problems. During the past fifteen years the company has developed a number of highly innovative web-based knowledge transfer platforms and advanced online energy management and carbon abatement tools which are widely used throughout the manufacturing sectors.
Pro Enviro deliver the design and implementation of Low Carbon and energy efficiency strategic programmes to decarbonise the industrial sectors of the UK economy working in partnership with Government departments, Innovate UK, many Local Authorities and the leading universities.
In the past nine years the Company has been involved in the design and delivery of the highly successful Worcestershire County Council’s Business Energy Efficiency programme (BEEP) which has delivers energy efficiency and carbon emissions reduction and funding to over 600 SME companies within the Worcestershire, Herefordshire, and Shropshire geographic areas. We also deliver the successful energy and carbon emissions reduction programmes on behalf of Staffordshire County Council and West Yorkshire Combined Authority.
The Company is currently involved in the delivery of the UK Research and Innovation - UKRI’s highly acclaimed Industrial Decarbonisation Challenge programme. This innovative project, called Repowering the Black Country, will deliver by March 2023 a Cluster Roadmap - Custer Plan for the decarbonisation of the industrial sector of the Black Country by 2040.
The CEO of the operation, Nersi Salehi leads our team of consultants and systems developers. He has 40 years of experience in the fields of developing Low Carbon policies, strategies and delivering successful carbon abatement projects for the manufacturing and the energy intensive sectors of the UK economy.