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ENER-G plans Eastern European CHP growth

Manchester-based firm ENER-G is expanding its CHP operations in Eastern Europe by partnering with Latvian m&e firm Vega 1.
ENER-G plans Eastern European CHP growth
The agreement sees Vega 1 joining ENER-G's Cogen Partners network to deliver small-scale 4kW to 10MW combined heat and power (CHP) solutions to customers.

The deal gives Vega 1 access to ENER-G's UK designed and manufactured CHP systems and next generation micro CHP systems.

The move extends the operation of ENER-G's Eastern European businesses based in Hungary, Poland, Romania and Lithuania. Cogeneration technology is not widely known in Latvia so the partnership deal with Vega 1 is a growth opportunity for ENER-G in a new geographic market.

'Like all our Cogen Partners, Vega 1 has been carefully chosen. We were extremely impressed by the technical skills and customer-focused approach of its people,' said Alan Barlow, managing director of ENER-G Combined Power . He added: 'The business has demonstrated its ability to successfully deliver cogeneration solutions as well as broad experience of offering other energy-efficient technologies.'

Vega 1's operations include design, installation, service and maintenance of heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems.The firm's engineers are responsible for local sales, installation, operation, service and maintenance, but benefit from technical support from ENER-G's engineering team.

Uldis Hmielevskis, head of VEGA 1 energy department, said: 'We believe our partnership agreement with ENER-G will allow both companies to benefit from the enormous market potential for cogeneration technology in Latvia'.
25 June 2010


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