Jamie Vaughan and Joseph Allcott founded Novalux Energy Solutions Ltd in 2010. Since then Novalux has set out to decrease the energy use of the built environment through creating a simple, holistic, sustainable and cost effective approach and break down the barriers individuals and businesses traditionally face in order to invest in energy efficiency and renewable energy upgrades within their properties.
We believe that moving towards a sustainable future need not be a burden, but an easy and hugely beneficial process to both individuals and organisations alike. We passionately believe in the necessity for a move to a low carbon future and fast! It's simple really... we must reduce our reliance on fossil fuels. Novalux strives to achieve this so that we and generations to come can live happy, fulfilling and prosperous lives.
Let us help you eradicate bad practices and increase your building's energy efficiency. In doing so we will reduce your carbon footprint, save you money, make you money and even eliminate the need for costly capital expenditure.
Who we are
Jamie Vaughan • Director
Jamie has a background in corporate finance. He first started as an Analyst for Inteq Limited in Australia, which was part of the UK investment bank, Astaire Group. He subsequently joined State Equity Group following a management buy-out at Inteq. At both Inteq and State Equity, he focused on the renewable energy and resources sector. He left Australia in October 2010 to set up Novalux Energy Solutions Ltd.
Jamie is a fully qualified commercial energy assessor.
Joseph Allcott • Director
Awarded the Arkwright Scholarship, a national engineering scholarship award, sponsored by the Royal Navy and with a Bachelor of Science degree in Real Estate Management, specialising in management, sustainability and construction, Joseph combines a rare blend of business, engineering and sustainability expertise. Novalux is his second company after Allcott Wells Ltd events management, which he has grown to strong presences in four other cities in the UK.