Miller appoints new head of Renewable Energy and Environmental Technology


Miller has announced the appointment of Rhys Newland as Head of Renewable Energy and Environmental Technology. Rhys commenced his role on 1 July 2021, reporting into Martin Henderson, Head of Energy. The newly created position signals Miller’s commitment to the fast-moving renewable energy sector as it continues to make high profile appointments across its key specialist areas.

Rhys brings over 25 years of environmental risk experience to Miller including expertise across PFI/PPP and nationally significant infrastructure projects. Rhys joins Miller from Willis Limited where, most recently, he held the position of Head of Infrastructure, specializing in environmental infrastructure. Prior to joining Willis in 1998, he worked as an environmental consultant where he undertook work for major projects including the World Bank and EBRD.

Martin Henderson, Head of Energy, commented “Rhys is a renowned expert in the field of renewable energy and environmental technology, and I am delighted to welcome him to Miller. The formation of a dedicated renewables team at Miller reflects the importance we attach to delivering the highest quality of service and insight to our clients to help them navigate the complex risks they face. Rhys is an ideal candidate to help spearhead our growth in this key area and we look forward to making further announcements relating to our team’s expansion over the coming months”.

Rhys Newland added “Miller is renowned across the London market and internationally as a high-quality independent broker, providing excellence in client service. With exciting growth plans, as well as an impressive existing client base, I am really looking forward to developing Miller’s renewable energy and environmental technology expertise for the benefit of existing and future global clients. 

Rhys has a BSc in Environmental Science from Lancaster University and is a Chartered Environmentalist.