Fenton Energy was founded by Jordan Howlett in 2013. Since then, it has grown into a small company serving clients nationwide.
When the business grew, it was relocated from Bristol to Cheltenham. The office can be found in the Talent House building at the Cheltenham Town football stadium at Whaddon Road.
Our clients include architects, house builders and developers, planning consultants, self-builders and other building consultants.
Working with partners around the country, we aim to be a one stop shop for our clients, taking the hassle out of sourcing these services while providing our expertise to help you meet planning policies and building regulations.
We take pride in our work and are always seeking to improve the offering to our clients.
While some energy assessors focus simply on completing the calculations, we work hard to get the buildings we assess to achieve compliance. We offer advice on how to cost-effectively and efficiently meet the targets relevant to your building project. We recognise that there is no one size fits all solution.
Jordan has worked in the industry since 2009 on projects from Cornwall to Scotland and most places in between.
He is a qualified Domestic Energy Assessor, On-Construction Domestic Energy Assessor and qualified to complete Non-Domestic Energy Assessments, including Level 5 buildings.
He was also a Code for Sustainable Homes Assessor before this programme was discontinued.
If he is not at work or at home with his family, you will probably find him on a basketball court pursuing his passion.
Paul has been an energy assessor since 2015. He is a qualified Domestic Energy Assessor as well as an On-Construction Domestic Energy Assessor.
Prior to starting in the industry, he worked for five years as a business consultant in Vienna, Austria.
To relax, Paul loves spending time with his family, doing sports and playing his saxophone.
The newest member of the Fenton Energy team, Ben joined in 2018 and is already an accredited On-Construction Domestic Energy Assessor. Prior to joining, he studied physics at the University of Southampton.
After work, he relaxes by reading and playing his trumpet - he plays both in a big band and in a small funk/soul band.
During his spare time he volunteers every weekend at the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Steam Railway.
As office manager, Kathryn looks after the finances and administration, ensuring the smooth and successful operation of the company.
In her spare time, Kathryn enjoys spending time with her family and making music. She also plays netball and helps coach and manage a local basketball team.