Raggnar Power expand in north-east

The company specialise in biomass. Picture: Jane Barlow
The company specialise in biomass. Picture: Jane Barlow
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RENEWABLE energy firm Raggnar Power is to establish a new hub in Aberdeenshire from where it will serve customers across north-east Scotland.

The biomass specialist will initially have ten employees based at the Insch facility, and this figure is expected to rose to 30 by the end of this year to support the design, installation and maintenance of renewable energy systems for commercial buildings and estates in the region.

Raggnar already has hubs in Norfolk, Kent and Wiltshire and aims to have a network of eight service centres up and running by December.

Chief executive Nigel Perkins said: “With Raggnar expanding rapidly, our move to Insch provides more capacity and a convenient location from which to service our customers across north-east Scotland. It adds to our growing footprint of Raggnar hubs across the UK, which offer the expert installation and service capabilities required to satisfy growing demand for renewable energy systems.”

In December, the firm announced plans to raise £8 million to build and operate a portfolio of up to 80 commercial biomass heating plants.


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