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Parr Group Launches Renewables Company

Belfast-based Parr Group and Parr Facilities Management have launched a new company to provide photovoltaic panel installation, battery storage and EV charging solutions across the UK and Ireland.
Created with an initial investment of £1 million, Parr Renewables Ltd., will collaborate with existing Parr teams to deliver tailored sustainable energy solutions alongside the building, facilities management and specialist services already provided to customers.
The announcement comes follows the opening of a Scottish base by the company as it embarks on a national growth strategy backed by £500k of investments.
“The launch of Parr Renewables comes at a time when an increased uptake in renewable energy has never been more vital,” explains sales director, Richard Livingston. “With the recent surge in fossil fuel prices alongside the targets set for reducing carbon emissions, businesses are facing incredibly challenging times.
“We’d already experienced a significant increase in enquiries from existing customers on what measures they could take to improve their energy efficiency. This new venture means that we can now offer a seamless service for any firm wishing to take more control of its energy costs and lower its carbon footprint. By providing bespoke solutions through the installation of solar panels, battery storage and electrical vehicle (EV) charging, Parr Renewables can help businesses stabilise and reduce costs, removing reliance on fossil fuels, and securing energy sources for the future.”
Since the recent launch, the Parr Renewables team has been engaging with a wide variety of clients who are reviewing proposals for renewable installations within their businesses as part of the procurement process.
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Staff Reporter covers the latest news, trends and opinion from the facilities management (FM) and corporate real estate (CRE) sectors. The FM market is currently estimated to be worth USD 1 trillion annually and is projected to grow at a compounded annualised rate of approximately 5% between now and 2026.

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