British company responds to the increasing demand for renewable energy products by opening an office in the North East
By Laura Elahi on December 13, 2010
Eco-Environments will be expanding into Darlington in order to cater to the growing customer base for green energy in the North East.
The company will be providing green technology such as solar power and wind turbines, in the region.
The North-East is becoming increasingly reliant on renewable energy, with firms already working on the production of wind turbines and solar panels, and Nissa set to build the Leaf electric car in the area.
Eco-Environments, based in Liverpool, launched nearly three-years-ago and is on course for a turnover of £1.8m this year. The company has also opened offices in Manchester, Tamworth and Penrith as a result of its success.
Eco-Environments designs, installs and commissions renewable energy products for homes and businesses.
The firm plans to open more offices in the South next year.
Published by Laura Elahi on December 13th, 2010