Co - Founder, ARMSTRONG ENERGY
Andrew Newman was a co-founder of Armstrong Energy. He had previously worked for Low Carbon Investors (UK) Limited (“LCIUK”) as group finance director. Whilst at LCIUK he managed the design and launch of the UK’s first dedicated feed-in-tariff fund, the Downing Low Carbon EIS, with Downing LLP. Andrew joined Low Carbon Investors (UK) Limited from Deloitte Corporate Finance in 2006, where he had worked in the Project Finance Advisory team, focusing on energy and transport infrastructure projects in the UK and Europe. Prior to joining Deloitte in 2003, Andrew worked for Triodos Bank in the Netherlands. While at Triodos, Andrew worked as Senior Investment Officer for Asia for the Solar Development Group, one of the funds co-managed by Triodos. The Solar Development Group was an initiative of the World Bank and was set up to accelerate rural electrification in developing countries. Prior to joining Triodos Bank, Andrew worked for Deloitte & Touche, initially in its London audit department, where he qualified as an ACA, and subsequently in its Central European Corporate Finance team, based in Prague. While in Prague, Andrew focused on advisory and due diligence projects, and worked on several of the largest inward investment projects in the region. Andrew has a first class degree from Oxford University.