Evance Wind Turbines has announced the opening of its new Scottish office in Glasgow.
The company says that this increased investment north of the border is due to winning a number of corporate accounts, combined with growing private sales.
It adds that last year over 25 per cent of R9000 small turbine installations were in Scotland
“This is a very exciting time for us,” commented Tim Sammon, director of Evance Wind Turbines.
“Based in our new office we have a team dedicated to providing a high quality service to our Scottish customers, as well as additional support for our resellers.
“We are also seeing a growing interest in our small wind turbines from large businesses which incur massive energy costs and pay carbon tax. As our R9000 turbine is small, it can be deployed quickly in multiples – unlike larger turbines – and generates a significant supply of energy, so immediately reduces a business’ operating expense and locks down future energy costs.”