SMARTech energy expands with key acquisition

By Anita Jaynes on 25 November, 2019

Corsham-based SMARTech energy Ltd has announced the acquisition of Minimise Ltd and the set-up of offices within The Centre for Digital Innovation(C4DI) building in Hull.

Founding Director of SMARTech energy, Stuart Pearce formed the company in 2014 with the objective to build a business that would offer complete energy management and reduction for commercial businesses. Since then, the company has firmly established itself as one of the major players in the energy management and reduction sector – typically reducing a commercial organisation’s energy consumption by 30%-50%.

The demand for energy efficient technologies, together with a reputation of excellence has meant that the company has evolved into a leading supplier and installer of more than 30 low-carbon technologies; covering LED lighting, energy monitoring, heating and cooling solutions and power management optimisation.

Stuart Pearce, Managing Director of SMARTech energy said, “With consistent growth over the past five years, the focus for SMARTech energy is to continue to address the significant demands and mounting pressure on organisations in both the public and private sector to cut carbon emissions and reduce energy costs. The acquisition of an energy management specialist in the north of England allows us to expand our service offerings across the UK to meet demand.

“With greater resources and manpower, we believe the acquisition is of enormous benefit to SMARTech energy’s customers and are delighted to welcome the team on board – and equally excited to bring their skill set and market specialism to SMARTech energy.”

Leigh Everington, Director of Minimise Ltd added, “SMARTech energy offers organisation’s the widest range of energy saving technology available in the UK market-place and we look forward to working with Stuart and his team over the coming years to deliver energy efficient solutions to UK businesses.”

Pictured above: Stuart Pearce, Managing Director of SMARTech energy