Livingston James retained by Bute Energy to appoint Corporate Development Manager

*Please note this opportunity is now closed to further applications. Should you be interested in similar roles and wish to have an exploratory discussion, please contact Sophie Randles at [email protected].


Bute Energy is a developer of large-scale onshore renewable energy projects in the UK, with a development pipeline in excess of 2GW of generating capacity in Wales currently. Recently backed by Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners, who have an exceptional track record of investing in large and complex energy infrastructure projects globally, Bute Energy looks to accelerate the development of their portfolio and bring significant supply chain and economic benefits to Wales and the wider UK in time.


They now look to bolster their Commercial team by hiring an experienced Corporate Development Manager to both maximise value within the business’ existing portfolio and by driving delivery of new business development objectives, including expansion into new technologies.


Candidates should have a professional finance qualification and have the ability to evidence experience within an investment/consulting/development business and strong experience in market analysis and business planning of new strategic initiatives.


For further information on their role please contact leading consultant, Sophie Randles at [email protected] for further information. Position profile can be reviewed below.


Bute Energy – Corporate Development Manager PP


Bute Energy is an equal opportunities employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status or disability status.

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