Raggnar, the renewable energy provider with headquarters in Aberdeenshire, has agreed a distribution deal that will enable it to generate electricity and provide cooling systems for the first time.
The firm said that access to new technologies would help its customers power their homes and businesses using biomass for around a third of the cost of large energy companies.
Insch-based Raggnar designs, installs and maintains renewable energy systems for homes, business and communities. It will now be capable of providing combined heat and power generators from Heliex Power and Turboden, as well as chiller technology from Thermax.
Nigel Perkins, chief executive of Raggnar, said: “This is a breakthrough moment for Raggnar as it signals our expansion into electricity generation.
“Government incentives continue to encourage localised renewable power generation so anyone with room to expand can go green, reduce their bills and ensure their energy future.”