Wednesday, February 28, 2024

Flogas Britain acquires another energy company

Syston-based Flogas Britain has acquired the Energy Management division of eEnergy Group plc (“EML”), subject to shareholder approval.

EML is a UK-based energy management services group working with industrial, commercial, and public sector clients with high energy consumption, providing services including energy procurement, market analysis, risk management, and bureau services such as bill validation as well as Net Zero pathway consulting.

EML and its highly experienced team will join the DCC Energy group, owners of Flogas. They will work alongside the existing UK and Ireland businesses to create a unique and compelling energy management proposition including renewable technologies for our customers across all sectors with high energy consumption or large multi-site portfolios. EML is headquartered in Coventry and employs over 70 colleagues.

Ivan Trevor, MD of Flogas Britain, said: “Together with Certas and our recent acquisitions of Protech, Centreco and DTGen, the addition of EML creates a significant capability in energy management services for our customers. We have set an ambition to halve the carbon emissions from the energy that we supply by 2030 and to support our customers through energy transition. This acquisition is a significant step forward.”

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