Hadley Barrett

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Hadley Barrett is an experienced developer of sustainable property, renewable energy, the CEO of the Oxford Sustainable Group,[1] and has been non-executive director of various private and stock market listed development companies.[2][3] A British citizen, Barrett was born in Southampton, England.

Career[edit]

With a blue chip and entrepreneurial background, Hadley Barrett founded the second-largest online bulletin board system in the UK [4] at age 15 and later sold a Benelux-based Lifescience company.[5] Since then, he has founded the Oxford Sustainable Group with operations in various countries throughout Europe,[6][7][8][9][10]

Hadley Barrett graduated with a BA (Hons) in Economics. He received his MBA from Oxford University.[11]

According to various media sources, as a tycoon he has a high estimated personal worth. His business interests include Finland, Mediafax/Ziarul [12] quotes the Oxford Sustainable Group as developing in Romania, The Financial Times [13] as a leading wind and renewable energy developer and Pensions News [14] that Hadley has invested into Oxford projects.

Hadley has been quoted in various media, such as Investment Week,[15] New Energy Finance,[16] Pensions News, The Daily Telegraph,[17] amongst other international publications, for his expertise on, variously: wind energy, renewable energy, real estate sustainable development and business in Scandinavia.

Background[edit]

According to the Oxford Sustainable Group website,[18] Hadley has been involved in advising global banks, governments, and institutions across Europe on wind energy and sustainability. He speaks English, Dutch and Russian. A keen sportsman, he played at a young age at the amateur level as centre forward for Southampton F.C. and Hampshire F.A., which are both UK-based football teams.

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