Andrew Money


As founding director, Andrew has played a key role in positioning Carbon Futures as one of the UK's leading independent energy and sustainability consultancy businesses. He has considerable experience in the residential sector, with a strong background in affordable and social housing.

Andrew's previous roles within the construction industry have covered a range of disciplines including architecture, construction, off-site manufacturing, energy assessment and building physics.

He started his career at Anderson Bell + Christie, an award winning architectural practice based in Glasgow. He successfully studied Architectural Technology at Glasgow Metropolitan College and remained with the practice for 6 years before moving to CCG (Scotland) Ltd to assist in the company’s expansion plans. During his time with CCG he supported the development of the companies off-site manufacturing facitiy in Cambuslang before progressing to become Sustainability Manager, leading an in-house design and energy consultancy division, iQ Lab.

Throughout his career, he has assisted in the delivery of numerous large scale regeneration construction projects throughout the country including the Commonwealth Games Athlete’s Village in Glasgow and Granton Waterfront in Edinburgh.

With extensive expertise in energy assessment, thermal modelling and low energy building design, Andrew works as an intrinsic part of project design teams supporting the delivery of a wide range of low carbon developments throughout the country. His commercial background assists greatly in delivering cost effective and sustainable solutions. 

Andrew is a fully qualified On Construction Domestic Energy Assessor (OCDEA) and Approved Certifier of Design (Section 6 – Energy) for domestic buildings in Scotland.