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Ener-G sets up New Romanian headquarters

By Luke Geiver | May 15, 2012

A U.K.-based renewable energy solutions provider is expanding to Romania. Ener-G has opened a new corporate headquarters in Bucharest to meet the needs of the fast-growing markets of Central and Eastern Europe, according to a statement issued by the company. 

“We have been building our business in Romania for the past three years and have businesses in Poland, Hungary and projects in Lithuania,” said Martyn Birchall, director of Ener-G Technologii Energetice srl. “This latest expansion consolidates our strong position in Eastern Europe and provides a platform for growth into other countries.” 

Birchall said the most promising markets include clean energy recovery from waste using the company’s Energos gasification process. The technology has roughly 500,000 hours of safe, ultra-low emission operation at seven sites. Birchall also believes biogas generation from landfill operations, district heating and combined-heat-and-power projects will all present an opportunity in the region. 

The new Romanian headquarters will house the company’s technology team with the engineering and contracting team. The company, formed three years to provide biogas and CHP project expertise, believes those projects still offer an exciting pipeline of opportunity. 

Ener-G employs 780, and the headquarters in Bucharest will be in the same complex shared by multi-national firms Coca-Cola and Ford.

 

 

 

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