RLB’s focus on efficiency today

supports a sustainable energy sector tomorrow



The world’s energy sector is evolving rapidly as decentralisation, decarbonisation and digitisation converge.

Our specialists have spent more than 30 years providing cost and commercial management to energy companies – whether that’s advising on renewable energy projects, masterplanning large-scale urban developments or adding value to the construction of the world’s largest nuclear reactor.

As global energy demand increases, so do the challenges, risks and opportunities. Our team offers an unmatched combination of global expertise and local knowledge. Together, we challenge industry norms and share fresh perspectives to bring new value to the energy sector.

The power behind RLB is our people

In an increasingly uncertain world, the only certainty is change. Our well informed, independent advice gives our clients the confidence to prepare for their future.

  • 70
    energy specialists around the world
  • $
    of work delivered over the last decade
  • 60
    major projects delivered over the last decade
Strong partnerships for decades

RLB’s long track record working with some of the world’s largest nuclear projects gives us an unmatched understanding of the safety, security and commercial complexities of sensitive sites. We’ve built enduring relationships with a number of the giants in the sector, delivering commercial activities throughout the lifecycle of a program of work: setting procurement and supply chain strategy, cost estimating, risk management, benchmarking, contract administration, and process and performance analysis. Our sector specialists have transferrable skills that can support a wide range of complex infrastructure projects.

Transformation through technology

Renewable energy is on the rise, with wind and solar expected to provide more than half of all new global electricity generation between now and 2040. Technological advancements are driving the adoption of electric vehicles and battery storage. Investment in decentralised networks and microgrids is accelerating, and new finance mechanisms are emerging. Traditional energy security risks remain on the radar, but new hazards – from cybersecurity to extreme weather – pose new challenges.

Fresh thinking and flawless execution

Energy demand is expected to rise by 1.3% each year to 2040, according to the International Energy Agency. The challenges of cutting carbon emissions and costs, while moving to carbon neutrality, fuelling growing economies and bringing electricity to the estimated 850 million people without power is very real. Balancing these competing priorities demands holistic fresh thinking and flawless execution – which is why clients around the world turn to RLB.



Global Expertise. Local Knowledge.

Having over 4,300 people based in over 120 offices across more than 40 countries, means we work on landmark Energy projects across the globe.