EnergyAce cuts ribbon on new manufacturing facility
EnergyAce has opened its new, purpose built manufacturing facility in Chorley.
The company, founded in 2002, manufactures energy saving systems for industrial, commercial and residential clients worldwide
In addition to modern manufacturing facilities, the site includes a training suite and features a host energy efficient measures including remote metering and monitoring, power factor correction, Solar PV, LED lighting and air source heat pumps.
The move from Skelmersdale to Chorley signifies a major investment and cements a commitment to bring quality jobs to the area while also continuing to work in the local community.
EnergyAce, a supporter of Wigan Youth Zone, will now be able to work much closer with Chorley Youth Zone. The company also continues to support NEA (National Energy Action) to eradicate fuel poverty.
An official launch ceremony for the premises featured more than 100 guests, including local MP and deputy speaker of the house Sir Lyndsay Hoyle, guest speaker Jonathan Lawson from the Goldman Sachs 10KSB development program, and Gordon Iverson and Roy Outran, the company's first ever employee and customer.
EnergyAce's Gary and Eileen Vizard said: "It is always best to practice what you preach, and our electricity bills have been slashed by 78 per cent.
"None of this would have been possible without a great dedicated team, the EnergyAce staff are second to none and over the moon with the new facility."
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