Acquisition enlarges Ener.G’s cogeneration offering

Cogeneration specialist Ener.G Combined Power has acquired the business and assets of Petbow Cogeneration, formerly owned by Centrica. In recent years, Ener.G has provided maintenance for Petbow’s installed base of up to 80 units with electrical outputs from 56 to 800 kW. Peter Law, operations director of Ener.G says, ‘We are pleased to be able to build upon the arms-length relationship we have enjoyed with Petbow’s customers. We will now be in a position to offer their customers access to our full range of products and greatly enhance the level of service that they will experience, which is increasingly important with the continuing rise in energy prices that now make on-site combined heat and power an essential part of any energy manager’s strategy for cost reduction.’
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