Caoimhe is an Analyst in our advisory team providing financial analysis and support across a range of renewables, education and infrastructure projects. Caoimhe joined QMPF in 2016 immediately after graduation.
Caoimhe has been involved in a range of renewable energy advisory remits across various technologies including district heating, anaerobic digestion, hydrogen fuel production and solar PV. She has experience of financial modelling and business case development for energy projects, particularly in district heating with recent clients including Cardiff Council, Fyne Homes and West Lothian Council. She was also part of the QMPF team that advised two separate developers on the potential sale and/or refinancing of three greenfield anaerobic digestion assets.
She was part of the QMPF team that advised hub West in relation to the Glasgow Health Bundle project for the design, build, finance and maintenance (“DBFM”) of two community health facilities and an acute mental health facility. She was involved in the financial close for two out of the three facilities in December 2018. Caoimhe was also part of the QMPF team that developed a variation to the original financial model to allow the third facility, which was delayed due to various land issues and third party works, to be incorporated into the project. Financial close for the third facility occurred in December 2019.
She is part of the QMPF team advising Durham University on the procurement of a c. 1,000 student bed partnership project. She has previously been involved in a number of remits assisting universities in understanding the options available to them to raise debt to support their campus development plans.
Caoimhe has passed all three levels of the CFA Program and may be eligible to receive the CFA charter upon completion of the required work experience. She graduated from the University of Edinburgh with a BEng (Hons) in Electrical Engineering with Renewable Energy.