Energy saving work complete on £2.5m building project

A renewable energy company in Newton Aycliffe has completed work on a landmark £2.5 million project in the North East.

Revolution Power have installed solar thermal under floor heating, solar thermal and solar Photo Voltaic panels, which will now be used to generate energy at the Newbiggin Maritime Centre.

The six month project required the second largest installation of Mitsubishi Air Source Heat Pumps in the region, which will ensure optimum efficiency in the new centre, and will provide a comfortable environment for visitors, whilst also keeping the carbon footprint low.

Revolution Power is also celebrating after doubling its annual turnover. The company is now hoping to continue this growth over the coming year.

Revolution Power managing director Wayne Richardson commented: “It was a genuinely rewarding experience to be carrying out this work for the Newbiggin Maritime Centre, working closely with the team and our clients to make sure that all the work met our highest standards and the client’s requirements and expectations. 

“The renewable systems installed on the Maritime Centre will not only benefit the environment but will help maintain low running costs during times of escalating energy prices.”

Wayne now hopes to add an additional six members to his team of 14, which will also include two apprentices.

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