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Eco Environments notches up a full set of industry accreditations

Eco Environments has secured Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) accreditations for all four of its specialist areas - Solar PV, Wind Turbines, Solar Thermal and Heat Pumps.
Eco Environments notches up a full set of industry accreditations
The company, with offices in Liverpool, Darlington, Manchester, Tamworth and Penrith, is one of only a handful of firms in the UK to hold the full set of MCS accreditations.

It is the latest good news for the company having recently also been awarded supplier status by leading solar power manufacturer Sharp and granted the prestigious Value Added Reseller (VAR) status by Scottish wind energy firm Proven Energy.

David Hunt, a director with Eco Environments, said: 'Being fully accredited in this way is vitally important because it demonstrates to our customers and partners that we meet the rigorous requirements of our industry.

'It also further demonstrates that we can offer the complete range of renewable energy solutions allowing us to ensure that the solution we recommend to our clients is genuinely the right one for them. Our business has been built around the ability to provide a total service including design, installation and commission.'

Mr Hunt, who is responsible for the company's sales and marketing, added: 'We are winning some terrific new business across the UK which we believe proves that our strategy of providing a local, knowledgeable, hands-on service in every region in which we operate is matching the demands of our customers.'

Eco Environments currently employs 20 people across its offices and will open further regional offices during the next 12 months.
7 March 2011


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