22 Feb 2012 12:02:07
Ecovision opens central London office
Ecovision, the UK’s largest renewable energy company, has responded to demand and opened a central London office. Headed up by Alastair Murray, the team will focus on all commercial projects and provide a free design service for all heat pump, biomass and solar PV installations.
The head office is based on the Highgrove Estate in Gloucestershire and Ecovision is widely known for large scale projects, including, Daresbury Science and Innovation Centre, Harrow School, Castle Howard, Highgrove and Ascott House.
The provision of a central London office will allow Ecovision to meet the demand of large scale developers in and around London. With a recognised team of expert engineers and designers, Ecovision provides a one stop shop for all renewable energy requirements.
Alastair Murray commented, “I am delighted to be based in London after several years in Gloucestershire. The demand for renewables, in particular ground and water source heat pumps systems, in London has increased considerably in the last few years and to be onsite for customers will be very convenient. The future is in renewables and at Ecovision we provide an unbiased and free quotation and design service which is not always the case with our competitors.”