Visitors to All-Energy 2016 will benefit from free advice on specifying, servicing and commissioning Combined Heat and Power (CHP) equipment from leading engine maintenance expert, CooperÖstlund. The company will host a free engine clinic on stand B11 at the leading sustainability event, which takes place at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre, Glasgow, between 4-5 May.
Johan Östlund, director at CooperÖstlund, comments: “As one of the renewable energy industry’s most acclaimed tradeshows, we’re really looking forward to exhibiting at All-Energy 2016.
“Providing an excellent platform to discuss the long-term benefits offered by generating renewable energy, we want to use the opportunity to highlight the importance of correct engine selection, as well as how correct maintenance and regular servicing can help to maximise anaerobic digestion (AD) energy production.
“With free advice on specifying, installing and maintaining CHP engines from some of the industry’s leading AD experts, head over to stand B11 and talk to us about making the most of your green energy generation.”
CooperÖstlund is a leading national service provider for the specification, installation and ongoing maintenance of gas engine equipment with specialist expertise in the renewable energy sector. Working with AD sites nationwide, the company helps farmers, waste collectors, water and effluent treatment facilities and distilling businesses turn waste into renewable energy – delivering financial, sustainable and environmental benefits.