Peter Griffiths and Alexandra Lyons join Rennie Partners

11 May 2022 2 min. read
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Rennie Partners has welcomed two new additions to its growing consulting team, adding Brisbane based Peter Griffiths and Perth based Alexandra Lyons.

At 22 staff, Rennie Partners is cementing itself as a leader among the boutique Australian consulting market, and one of the few advisory firms solely focussed on the transition to the low carbon economy.

“Welcoming Alexandra and Peter into our team greatly strengthens our analytical and technical expertise, especially in the gas, bio-gas and hydrogen sectors where we are seeing continued growth,” said Simone Rennie, partner and one of the firm’s two co-founders.

Peter Griffiths and Alexandra Lyons join Rennie Partners

Peter Griffiths has joined the consulting firm as a Senior Consultant in Brisbane, having previously worked with the Business Consulting team in EY, and prior to that, having spent four years with Southern Oil Refineries as a Process Engineer. A chemical engineer, Griffiths has commercial and operational consulting experience across hydrogen, waste gas and coal decommissioning.

Alexandra Lyons has joined Rennie Partners as a Senior Consultant in Perth, from her previous role with PwC’s team in Perth. With a Masters degree in Electrical Engineering from UWA, Lyons’s experience includes advising on a range of commercial, regulatory and ESG engagements including having conducted Climate Active Carbon Neutral certification activities from scoping and boundary setting, to greenhouse gas inventory preparation, through to formal submission.

Simone Rennie: “A core element of our 2022 strategy was the establishment and expansion of our Perth office [located at 37 St Georges Terrace in the CBD]. With a core team of Greg Ruthven, Tim Brunner and Alexandra Lyons now in place, we have a platform for future growth over the course of the year.”

Led by Simone Rennie and Matt Rennie, the firm provides a range of transaction and business advisory services to companies, funds, governments and investors on the transition to net zero. “We expect to extend our fields of play further into operational transformation over 2022,” said Simone Rennie.