The UK has long been a hub for innovation in engineering and technology and in recent years, this has solidly extended into the sector of renewable energy. The focus on renewable energy technologies by new UK-based companies marks a timely shift, as the world gradually moves away from fossil fuels to more environmentally friendly power sources. In this regard, several companies have emerged since 2015 offering various solutions in the renewable energy sector. Here is a look at some of these UK-based companies that are reshaping the industry.
The Walters Group is located in Aberdare, Rhondda Cynon Taff. They operate in civil engineering, energy, property development, and the renewable energy sectors. Find them on social media: Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
Proteus, stationed in Aberdeen City, offers consulting services in energy, industrial engineering, infrastructure and project management. They also specialize in oil and gas, software, virtual workforce, and renewable energy sectors. Founded by Colin Manson and James McCallum, Proteus can also be accessed on their Facebook and LinkedIn pages.
Another Aberdeen-based company, Air Control Entech, operates in data integration, hardware, infrastructure, and robotics. They are also involved in the oil and gas, renewable energy, and software sectors.
Innovo Engineering & Construction, founded by Andrea Tiberio and Stefano Malagodi, provides services in civil engineering, industrial, industrial engineering, manufacturing, mechanical engineering, oil and gas, and renewable energy. Their LinkedIn page provides more detailed information.
Xodus Group, founded by Colin Manson and Steve Swindell, offers engineering and advisory services to clients in the oil and gas, LNG, renewables, and utility industries worldwide. Connect with them on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
Last, but not least, Dana Petroleum provides service as an oil and gas exploration and production company. Founded by Thomas Cross, they are also headquartered in Aberdeen City. Connect with them on Twitter and LinkedIn.
These companies exemplify the impressive innovation and entrepreneurial spirit alive within the UK’s renewable energy sector. As they continue to develop and grow, they will not only contribute to the UK’s move towards clean, renewable energy, but also help shape the global landscape of renewable energy practices and technologies.