CooperOstlund joins the Association for Decentralised Energy
As part of a long-term strategic drive to set the standards in gas engine specification and maintenance provision, CooperOstlund has joined the Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE).
Representing more than 100 members across the co-generation, district heating and energy services markets, the trade body brings together forward-thinking UK businesses to share best practice and influence national policy.
Certifying CooperOstlund’s commitment to rigorous quality standards, ADE membership will further strengthen the company’s reputation as a leader in the co and tri-generation markets. What’s more, it will provide an unparalleled platform to drive widespread innovation across the UK energy industry.
Duncan McPherson, finance director at CooperOstlund, commented: “Joining the ADE comes as part of a wider corporate ambition to influence policy at a government-level. Membership will not only provide unparalleled representation within the decentralised energy sector, but also enhance our visibility to possible partners, customers and collaborators.”
Accredited by Achilles, QMD and the Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas Association, CooperOstlund provides gas engine specification, installation, servicing and maintenance solutions for companies across the UK.