EKATERINA G. (UK Director)

Ekaterina is an economist by qualification. She has more than 15 years of experiance in the field of finance.
Joined as Director in Rencel Energy and Metal Limited in JUNE 2017


Ganesh K. Ingole, had completed his graduation in Mechanical Engineering discipline, and because of his raising interests he further did his Masters from VJTI, Mumbai University. Mr. Ingole was highly interested in scientific theories from his childhood which ultimately made him a deep researcher, a philosopher and a logical individual. Joined as Director INDIA on October 2016

TATIANA SALABAS (Project Manager)

Tatiana has been working as Project Manager in the field of Nuclear Waste Management. She is responisible for mainstream jobs in Nuclear Waste Management for consulting, excecution and marketing.


Olga is an environmental economist whose main area of research is in the assessment and valuation of marine ecosystem services using both monetary and non-monetary techniques. She is currently working on projects exploring the impact of ocean acidification on ecosystem services from waters.


Sandra Martín Díaz joined RENCEL as a Research Assistant thereafter she was promoted to the role of Research Associate. She is part of the Research Coordination team and supports the development of RENCEL's research programme.


Dr Peter Morgan is Academic Engagement Manager at RENCEL. His passion is to support the UK’s energy researchers and help them connect with funding, policy and industrial opportunities. Peter previously worked as a science writer and science policy adviser.

SHIVANI GUPTA (Company Secretary)

Shivani being post graduate in Business Adminitration is serving Rencel as Company Secretary.

AMIT GUPTA (Relationship Manager - INDIA)

Amit have been working in Rencel since 2016 as Relationship Manager INDIA. His role in company is to build network worldwide in new technologies relating to Energies.


Alex took up the position of IT manager, he is also involved as RENCEL webamster.

Rencel Energy & Metal Limited

Energy demand in the world is growing at the rate of about 9 per cent annually – three times the global average.